You know you want to.
So, when you see a woman in a bikini in the crowd of fans at the Staples Center on Sunday, chances are, you’ll be on the edge of your seat.
But that’s not what happened to Melissa Rios, the 27-year-old who, along with another woman, was arrested and charged with assault after allegedly being punched and kicked in a Lakers game.
The two women, both of whom are in their 20s, were among at least nine people arrested on suspicion of misdemeanor assault in connection with the incident, the Los Angeles Police Department said in a statement Sunday.
All of the charges stem from an altercation that occurred after Lakers rookie guard Lonzo Ball hit Rios in the groin and knocked her to the ground during the second quarter of a game at Staples Center, police said.
During the incident with Ball, which happened on the court at the time, Rios appeared to be trying to pull him away from the ball, LAPD Officer Justin Brown told ABC News.
The two women then began punching and kicking each other, Brown said.
Rios was taken to a hospital, where she later underwent surgery and was released, the LAPD said.
The woman arrested in connection to the incident was not named, and Brown said the LAPD was still investigating the incident.
The Lakers have not released a statement about the arrests.