A Woman Got Busy With A Rabbit Vibrator While Driving And Plowed Into A Seafood Van

07.14.15 4 years ago 8 Comments
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Driving can be a tedious experience and one that requires a periodic release of tension. Sometimes, a girl just has to do what a girl has to do to keep the motor revving. This must have been the philosophy of a driver humming along a peaceful stretch of the Cotswolds in England.

The woman, who was said to be very “fit,” rear-ended a seafood truck during the throes of vibrator-induced passion. According to the Bristol Post, the truck’s driver didn’t know what hit him. In fact, he was frightened about losing his job because it was his first day with the company. Once his employer reviewed security footage from the truck’s rear camera, they realized the accident was an insatiable situation:

The woman, who was said to be in her 30s, was spotted on video holding a Rampant Rabbit-like sex toy and buttoning up her trousers after hitting the back of a stationary fish van.

She had been stuck in static traffic in the Gloucestershire town when her vehicle lurched forward in to the back of the M & J Seafood van in front.

But it was only when the firm’s management went to check footage on their vehicle’s rear camera that they realised what had happened.

A source was reported as saying: “A driver was called into the office and feared he was getting the sack. He’d been on his first shift after looking for work for ages. The bosses told him it wasn’t his fault and then said ‘Have you seen this?’ They all had a good laugh. Apparently the lady was pretty fit.”

Sadly for the internet, the video will never see the light of day. The seafood business promptly handed the footage over to their insurance company, which will surely treat this evidence in a professional manner. Can you imagine standing on the other side of this insurance equation? This woman’s premiums will rocket into oblivion, much like she did at the moment of impact.

(Via Jezebel and Bristol Post)

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