After receiving a telephoned tip that something was was up once again at the Tiger Woods estate, several reporters were on hand to witness a shapely blond lady fleeing the house and attempting to get into a car.
After trying for several minutes, the mysterious lady ran back the way she had come and picked up something off the ground that she had apparently dropped, then she turned and ran back to the car, a black Mercedes, got in and drove away.
All the time this was going on, the reporter's cameras were flashing away.
According to UP2 reporter, James Hendersohn, a cameraman from another network stated that the lady appeared to have dropped her car keys on the first escape attempt and then ran back to where she had dropped them.
All this time the house remained quiet.
By noon today, an attorney for the same blond woman named Cheryl Bryant had filed a lawsuit against Tiger Woods, claiming she had been with him the night before and had passed out, woke up naked this morning and fled the house.
There's one problem here. Tiger Woods, according to witnesses, was playing some practice golf in Hawaii at the time and has been there for several days.
Not only that, both the lady who cleans the house in Florida and the gardener both say that no one was at the house last night, as the gardener also serves as an unofficial guard.
After police gathered further evidence, they have decided to press charges against Ms. Bryant with filing a false report, plus indecent exposure.
"There is a lot more we could charge her with if we could prove it", stated officer David Kennedy. "It's got 'attempted blackmail' written all over it."
At last report, Ms. Cheryl Bryant admitted she was guilty 'of pulling a joke on the press'. She has also bought several of the photos taken of her. She wants to try to sell those to some 'Gentleman Magazines' once all the story gets out and she serves any jail time.