If you read my blogs on a regular basis, you know that I continuously remind readers about the dangers of distracted driving. Usually, these distractions happen in the form of cell phone use or texting while driving. Yesterday, I read an article that goes far beyond any case of distracted driving that I have ever blogged about.
A 58-year-old man was driving his 1996 Toyota on Interstate 75 near Detroit around 3:30 a.m. when he lost control of his vehicle causing the car to roll over. He was partially ejected through the sunroof and thrown from the vehicle. Police said the man was not wearing a seat belt, which is why he was ejected. Although an investigation is ongoing into this single vehicle accident, police said there is a reasonable assumption as to what led to the crash. While driving, the man was simultaneously watching a porn film on his smartphone. Police also believe he was masturbating at the same time; when found at the crash site he was not wearing pants.
Not only is this one of the most bizarre forms of distracted driving, it just goes to show that there are far more possible distractions than anyone could ever imagine. How many more accidents must happen before people get the message? Once you are the fatality, it’s too late!
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