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Couple Crash Into Home While Trying The 69 Sex Position And Driving

Couple Crash Into Home While Trying The 69 Sex Position And Driving

Sex toys and The Bible were among items discovered in the car after the crash.

A car crashed into a home on Auburn Drive in Brookhaven on Sunday night around 11 PM, reports World News Daily Report. What's more bizarre was that the driver and the passenger were found partially dressed before being rescued by residents of the house. The Mississippi couple was arrested by Brookhaven Police on Sunday when they drove their car into a Gordon Heights home. The two seemed very drunk but it is also suspected that crystal meth was involved. Residents claim to have seen them locked in a sexual position before the crash. 

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“It took us several minutes to release the man’s genitals from the woman’s mouth because her jaw seemed to have broken and swollen during the accident,” resident Sam Harris told reporters. Another resident said, “They were both half-naked and the woman was upside down with her butt on the steering wheel and he had his face in the woman’s genitals, like in a 69 position." Luckily both were taken to a Brookhaven hospital by emergency responders and treated for non-life-threatening injuries. The couple turned out to better Gibbons, 56, and Ashley White, 19. The two were arrested for driving under the influence. According to the police, tests showed that Gibbons consumed close to 27.5 times the legal limit for alcohol.

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A number of items were found in the car that raised the alarm including a crack cocaine pipe and crystal meth. Gibbons and White claimed to not know that having sex in their car was illegal and admitted to having done it before multiple times. Many sex toys were found in the car and these included anal beads, a strap-on, and a 22-inch-long dildo. According to police reports, a copy of the Bible was also found. The two are reported to be first cousins and may face incest charges as well as Mississippi state law prohibits sexual relations between first cousins.

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The post shared on Facebook caused quite the reaction. Tony Giustino wrote: A for effort! while Mike Case said:  The DOT has regulations against coming and going at the same time for a reason. Paul Hoffman joked: Well... I can't completely relate. I've never driven into a house yet. Patty Eiler responded to the story in shock, writing: When you think you have heard & read it all!

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