September 3, 2012 6:47

Woman arrested four times in 26 hours for playing AC/DC

Joyce Coffey was playing 'Highway To Hell' over and over

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A woman has been arrested four times in 26 hours for playing the music of AC/DC too loudly.

Joyce Coffey of New Hampshire in the United States was arrested last week on numerous occasions for playing 'Highway To Hell' by the rockers over and over.

Boston.com reports that Coffey was first issued a warning for playing the loud music on Tuesday of last week. An hour later the police were called back and then arrested Coffey at her home in Epping.

Five hours later she was arrested again on similar charges and was then released. However, she was arrested once more for playing loud music before dawn on the following day.

Coffey was arrested a final time on Wednesday, when she threw a frying pan at her nephew, who was trying to take some of his personal possessions from her property.

The woman was jailed on Friday, and it is reported that the judge recommended that she use headphones in the future.

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