Wandering naked lady asks officer for help — before she hops in his car and takes off without him

A naked Arizona woman wandering the streets told a police officer she was raped, before she committed a crime of her own.

Lisa Luna, 31, took back the part about being raped, but stole Deputy Francisco Campillo’s car, the New York Post reported.

“Hey, you OK?” the deputy said. “Where’s all your clothes at?”

Luna asked the deputy for a “jacket or something” but when Campillo went to get her a blanket she got in his car and drove off.

After her arrest she said she was on drugs at the time and felt like her “skin was burning.”

“I remember him trying to help me,” she told AZFamily.com “But there was a lot of stuff I didn’t have control over. I just remember just wanting to just let go, not wanting to lie. I just felt like my body was just being burned and raped repeatedly. Like, it just felt unreal.”

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