Truck Filled with Sex Toys Spills Massive Load On Highway
A semi-truck collided with a box truck along a highway, causing the former to tip over and spill its contents of dildos and lube all over the road, an online news report said.
The incident happened on the I-40, a highway near the town of Mustang outside Oklahoma City, Oklahoma in the U.S. last Wednesday (Thursday in Manila). No injuries were reported.
Aerial video from a local news team showed the truck on its side right on the highway exit, with boxes of what appeared to be dildos and tubes of lube scattered all around it, causing major traffic build-up.
Local police interviewed by U.S. media confirmed that “toys” were spilled on the highway but did not provide additional details.
In the news clip widely shared all over social media, a reporter on the scene tried to describe the situation to his colleagues in the studio.
“This is a semi that overturned and lost its load here,” the reporter said. “There is a lot of stuff to clean up.”
The studio anchor replied, “Jim, can you tell what he’s carrying there? What’s all over the road?”
There was a short pause before the reporter replied. “Not really. Maybe you can tell. I can’t tell...There’s a lot of stuff laying on the road...Whatever it is it’s going to take a while to clean up.”
In response to the incident, adult livestreaming platform CamSoda said it would provide a shipment of emergency sex toys to the area.
In a news release sent to Esquire Philippines, CamSoda said several trucks full of dildos and lube is already en route to the citizens of Oklahoma “to replace what was lost in this devastating incident.”
Adult company CamSoda sent this photo of one of the company's staff preparing boxes of dildos and lubes that will be sent to the city near where the accident happened
“Our hearts go out to all of those affected by the accident,” said Daryn Parker, VP of CamSoda. “We understand these are stressful times and these supplies are what help people take a load off. We immediately contacted our partners at Lovense and within hours had the supplies ready to replace what was lost. Our trucks are on the way and will be providing relief in no time.”