On TV and in the movies, car sex looks like a sexy good time where there are few repercussions. The reality, however, can be far less enjoyable. Not only are there risks of misplaced gear shifts and seat alignment discomfort, but there are legalities and safety issues that need to be considered.
It varies from state-to-state how police view people bumping uglies while driving with charges ranging from engaging in “lewd acts” to indecent exposure to distracted driving, or others.
- New York – The “lewd acts” penalty can get you a $500 fine and up to three months in jail. “Disorderly conduct” can get you a $250 fine and 15 days. That is, of course, if the prosecutor even wants to spend time on it.
- Minnesota – Your first “indecent exposure” hit would be a misdemeanor. Do it again, and you’re looking at a felony with possibly five years and a $10,000 fine. “Disorderly conduct” might land you a $1,000 fine and 90 days in jail.
- Texas – Similar to Minnesota, but with up to six months in jail and a $2,000 fine for “indecent exposure.”
Then there’s safety. Among those who just couldn’t wait to get home to get it on are:
- Randy Joe Allen went to jail for 10 years for hit-and-run after hitting a cyclist while getting mouth love on the road from his lady friend.
- An unnamed Austrian man was enjoying some oral servicing when a deer crossed the road. He stopped suddenly, and her teeth clamped down. That required “minor” surgery and some creative explaining.
Love on the road sounds sexy and exciting, but you should think it through because the “unexpected” can bite you in the ass…or someplace else.
Source: New York Post