Conn. woman arrested after allegedly keying misspelled word into cars BY NINA GOLGOWSKI NEW YORK DAILY NEWS STAMFORD POLICE Shannon Csapilla, 20, was arrested after allegedly attempting to inscribe the word 'whore' into two cars but misspelling it as 'wore.' Her victims got the last laugh. A vengeful Connecticut woman was busted for allegedly keying two cars with the word "wore." It was apparently a failed attempt at spelling "whore." Shannon Csapilla, 20, bit back at critics via Instagram Tuesday posting, "Don't worry, I'm not an English major" while acknowledging that what she did "wasn't okay." At least the boys were nice enough to buy me dinner in there — Shannon Csapilla (@SCsapilla)August 21, 2015 INSTAGRAM Shannon Csapilla struck back at critics Tuesday with an Instagram post that read, 'Don't worry, I'm not an English major.' She also acknowledged that what she did 'wasn't okay.' After keying the cars and slashing their tires, Stamford police say Csapilla sent the owners, identified as an ex-boyfriend and a friend, harassing text messages,WTNH reported. Some of the texts allegedly admitted to causing the damage which was apparently in revenge for a relationship she suspected the couple was having, police said. Csapilla was called into the police department for questioning and on her way out allegedly sent a boastful Snapchat message to a friend reading, "Stamford police have nothing on me." She additionally suggested receiving special treatment while there. "At least the boys were nice enough to buy me dinner in there," she tweeted with a picture of a cop car and French fries on Thursday. That same day she was arrested and charged with two counts of first degree criminal mischief. In her statement Tuesday, Csapilla asked that her punishment be handled by local authorities and not by "the general public."