NEW YORK DAILY NEWS
Updated: Monday, November 9, 2015, 6:20 PM
Her twerk didn’t werk.
Two women are wanted by police after being caught on camera sexually abusing a man inside a Washington, D.C. convenience store.
D.C. police are asking for help identifying the women, who were caught on surveillance camera harassing the unsuspecting man at the store along the 1700 block of New York Ave., NE.
Police are looking for two women for third-degree sexual abuse after they were caught on store survelliance cam twerking on and harassing a male customer.
The scantily clad women were both wearing revealing, skin-tight dresses and high heels during the 4 p.m. incident Oct. 7.
Video footage shows the man talking on the phone and holding money when he pauses near the first woman, who backs up and attempts to grind on him.
The man moves away before another woman in a pink dress touches him repeatedly and makes a move for his money and phone.
She puts her arm around the man’s waist and attempts to go in for a kiss before he squirms away from the persistent store patron.
Throughout the encounter, the man appears to want no part of the two women and does not seem to know either of them.
Both women are facing third degree sexual abuse charges. Third degree sexual abuse includes inappropriate touching and “involves actual force, threats putting the person in fear of death, bodily injury or kidnapping,” according to D.C. statute.