Topless student crashes into police car as she tries to take a selfie

Yesterday I went to McDonald’s to sample their huge range of delicious burgers whilst using the greasy tablets. On the way someone nearly crashed into us as he tried to navigate a roundabout while texting on his phone.

It’s human nature sometimes. Some people think that they can multitask and they can control a car while fiddling around in their phone. In America, Miranda Rader, 19, found out the hard way that is generally not a good idea to use a phone at the wheel.


Topless student crashes into police car as she tries to take a selfie

She didn’t just crash as a consequence, oh now. She slammed into the back of a police car whilst using her smartphone but, even worse, she was trying to take a picture of herself at the time. Not only that, but she’d decided to take her bra and top off for the photo, all whilst driving.

Topless student crashes into police car as she tries to take a selfie

Hmm… Getting undressed, taking a photo, sending it on Snapchat and driving? All at the same time? That’s a bad idea.

The arresting officer stated..

I asked her why she was not dressed while driving and she stated she was taking a Snapchat photo to send to her boyfriend.

After crashing into the police car her airbag deployed and the office found her with an “unclasped brassiere” and, despite having a face full of airbag, was busy trying to put her top back on. Miranda, who is a student at the Texas A&M University, made the entire situation even worse by having an open bottle of wine in a cup holder. Super. Fail.

Topless student crashes into police car as she tries to take a selfie

Nobody was injured and she was arrested on suspicion of drink driving. She was released from jail yesterday morning on a $2,000 (£1,600) bail bond.

So next time you’re driving (and this is kinda obvious advice really), don’t get undressed, use your phone, take a photo and drink wine while you’re in control of a car.

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