Commuters in Houston were treated to two hours of standstill traffic after a naked woman climbed on top of an wheeler Monday morning. Witnesses said there was a collision before the incident which the woman is believed to have been a part of. KHOU reported that the woman dodged traffic and allegedly forced the wheeler to stop and climbed on top of the cabin. She sat down on top of the hood. Firefighters approached the woman with ladder trucks and attempted to coax her down, but were met with outbursts. Get a roundup of the most important and intriguing national stories delivered to your inbox every weekday. Please see our Commenting Policy for more. World Canada Local. Full Menu Search Menu.
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A woman dancing naked on top of a big rig on Highway at Huffmeister Road was taken into custody Monday after the bizarre ordeal caused the freeway to shut down in both directions. Deputies were alerted just before 9 a. When they arrived a woman was undressing and could be seen on Houston Transtar cameras dancing on top of a big rig. It is unknown why the woman climbed on the truck.
Dance La Danse is a painting made by Henri Matisse in , at the request of Russian businessman and art collector Sergei Shchukin , who bequeathed the large decorative panel to the Hermitage Museum in Saint Petersburg , Russia. The composition of dancing figures is commonly recognized as "a key point of Matisse's career and in the development of modern painting". In March , Matisse painted a preliminary version of this work, known as Dance I. It was donated by Nelson A. Rockefeller in honor of Alfred H. Barr, Jr. Dance is a large decorative panel, painted with a companion piece, Music , specifically for the Russian businessman and art collector Sergei Shchukin , with whom Matisse had a long association. Until the October Revolution of , this painting hung together with Music on the staircase of Shchukin's Moscow mansion. The painting shows five dancing figures, painted in a strong red, set against a very simplified green landscape and deep blue sky. It reflects Matisse's incipient fascination with primitive art , and uses a classic Fauvist color palette: the intense warm colors against the cool blue-green background and the rhythmical succession of dancing nudes convey the feelings of emotional liberation and hedonism.