Texas woman says family vacation picture was ruined by topless photo-bomb

CYPRESS, Texas — A Texas woman said a photo taken of her family during a camping trip was ruined when an unknown woman unexpectedly entered the frame and flashed the camera.

Monica Davila told KTRK-TV wants the woman to be found so she can be held accountable.

"We're trying to recreate memories," Davila said. "Having some chick's boob isn't allowing us to do that."

Davila said she and her family took a trip to Garner State Park to honor her husband's grandmother, who recently died. She was going through pictures from the trip Monday when she noticed the photo-bomb.

In a group picture of the family, a woman sneaked into the background and lifted her shirt, exposing one of her breasts, KTRK-TV reported.

"I just feel completely disrespected," Davila said. "I just think this person should be held accountable. What she did was wrong. There were kids there watching her."

Davila contacted police, who said they would be in touch with her so she could file a report. She also made a post to Facebook about the incident.

"I've had criticism on both sides. People are like, 'Who cares, it's just a boob,' but I care," Davila told KTRK-TV.