In-store dancing leads to Hawaii visitor quarantine arrest

A 20-year-old woman was arrested for violating Hawaii's quarantine after investigators saw videos of her dancing in a store and dining out

The tourism authority informed attorney general special agents, who were shown videos of her dancing and dining.

The state's news release said Salamanca is from Birmingham, Alabama. She's also a “social media influencer" in the Philippines who goes by Mika Salamanca and arrived from Manila, KITV reported.

The Honolulu news station reported she apologized on social media, but she claimed law enforcement came to the house where she’s staying and told her if she had a negative COVID-19 test, she could go out.

Salamanca was arrested and released on $2,000 bail. She declined KITV's request for comment.

The Associated Press couldn't immediately reach her Friday. It wasn't clear if she has an attorney.