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January 22, 2013

IS THERE A PROBLEM, OFFICER?

Drunk driver didn't know she was naked, Sparta cops say

(Thanks to Barbara A)

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Pensado asked Giaquinto why she was driving in the nude, and "Giaquinto denied being completely naked," Beebe said.

Well she wasn't. She was wearing an unzipped leather jacket, although we may need photographic evidence for the judge's decision.

According to weatherunderground.com, temperatures dipped as low as 16 degrees Fahrenheit Friday, and never quite got above the freezing mark.
Bet her nipples could cut glass that night.

No headlight violation, though.

What? No dashcam video?

*snork* at Wiredog. She must have been hanging out with a gladiator.

There could be other explanations.
I used to sleep in the nude until the infamous Night of the Sleepwalker.
Did you know that lots of apartment doors lock automatically when you go out?

Steve,

I refuse to believe that without accompaning pictures.

Clip and save for future reference:

You may be naked if:

a) you feel a draft in places you don't normally feel a draft.
b) you are in Florida or possibly New Jersey. Or Sweden.
c) a headline reading "naked person arrested while (whatever it is you're doing now)" might accurately describe your current circumstances or future prospects.
d) your brain is no longer the boss.

man i hate when that happens...

reminds me of And the senator, while insisting he was not intoxicated, could not explain his nudity

key quote:

"Pensado suspected Giaquinto was under the influence of alcohol — her speech was badly slurred and mostly unintelligible, she couldn't remember if she'd been involved in an accident and she didn't know where she was going, Beebe said."

Well, she IS in New Joisey!

*runs for cover*

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