A Texas A&M freshman made some exceptionally poor decisions this past Wednesday night. We’re not talking about the usual Hump Day shenanigans like drinking way too much Rikaloff Vodka and striking out with that cute chick in your Bio class either. We’re talking about extreme horny recklessness.
A police officer had parked his car in the southbound outside lane on the 2500 block of East Villa Maria Road while he checked out a disturbance call. He had his emergency flashers on, but I guess that wasn’t enough for Miranda Kay Rader, as the 19-year-old crashed into the rear of his car. From The Eagle:
As the officer approached the SUV, he observed Miranda Kay Rader with her bra unfastened trying to put her shirt back on. She told the officer that she was driving back to her dorm on campus and had been sending a Snapchat picture to her boyfriend while stopped at a red light, according to the police report.
Rader, who told the officer she was not injured, also had an open bottle of wine in the vehicle, the report says. She failed parts of a field sobriety test, according to the officer’s report, and was taken to the hospital for a blood draw.
She was charged with driving while intoxicated with an open container, a Class B misdemeanor, and ticketed for being a minor in possession of alcohol.
Kids these days. Sending some sexy Snaps to your man is great, but not when you’re boozed up and driving. Take an Uber back to your dorm, and then take a bunch of pictures with your titties out like a responsible adult. Mess around with the lighting, throw in some classy filters, have a goddamn hour-long photo shoot if you want. But don’t endanger your life and the lives of other motorists with your wanton behavior.
Rader was released on Thursday morning after she posted bail. No word on when that topless selfie will be released, though.