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The are no rights to privacy in public places. That’s why they’re called public places. There’s also no expectation of privacy in public places to normal non whacked-out people that don’twear clothes way too small for them and aren’t confused towhere they are.
Next time, simply tell her you’rea reporter (for your website, local paper,or whatever). It gets rid of them quickly. News reporters have privileges that transcend all others.
Was there a Dunkin Donuts around? You can usually find cops there…