In a scene reminiscent of the classic film Slap Shot, Mounties blew the whistle on an impromptu striptease during a men's hockey game in Pincher Creek, Alta., on New Year's Eve.
Only this performance involved a woman.
On Dec. 31, RCMP received a complaint from a motorist whose vehicle was damaged after he drove off a roadway to avoid a near head-on collision.
Mounties said the offending driver and passenger fled from the scene, but they located the car a short-time later and arrested the driver.
RCMP made patrols in an attempt to look for the passenger with no success but were alerted to a disturbance in the arena at about the same time that turned out to be related.
"The passenger who was also intoxicated had been dropped off at the arena and then proceeded to make her way onto the ice and remove her clothing despite the employees objections, delaying a hockey game," said Mounties in a release.
Tiffany Hourie has been charged with impaired driving, leaving the scene of an accident, and refusal to provide a breath sample.
Brittany Hourie, the passenger, has been charged with indecent acts, obstruction of an officer and causing a disturbance.
Both women are expected to appear in court later this month.