Only in Florida could have elected officials that step down because of their face licking escapades. Madeira Beach City commissioner Nancy Oakley stepped down from her post this week after being fined by the state ethics commission for allegedly licking her male co-workers' faces and groping them.
In a letter announcing her resignation, Oakley insisted she is innocent and said she plans to appeal the ethics commission's ruling. However, former Madeira Beach City Manager Shane Crawford filed a complaint in February 2017 with the ethics commission alleging Oakley made “unwanted sexual advances” toward him and another staff member. The alleged incident took place at a fishing tournament in 2012.