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Naked Chick Sun Bathing Out Her Window Causes Traffic Pile Up

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Daily MailA nude woman sunbathing in Austria caused a crash on the road below when she positioned her naked body out of a window while she was sunbathing.  The nude woman was snapped by student Gregory Shakaki lying on her window ledge with her legs dangling out of a third floor window in Vienna. Mr Shakaki said: ‘I thought I was suffering sunstroke when I saw it.’ Motorist Michael Kienast told local media: ‘I was behind two guys who had a fender bender because the motorists in front took their eyes off the road to glance up at the view. ‘The young woman was obviously keen on getting some sun in a place where it doesn’t usually shine! ‘I heard the guy who was rear-ended shout to the motorist who had hit him: ‘Didn’t you look where you were supposed to be going?’ ‘The driver who hit him said: ‘Sorry, I was distracted,’ and pointed up to the window where the woman was lying.   The guy who was hit then said: ‘Oh, right, I see what you mean’.’

One of the things I hate most in this world is rubber necking. When I sit in traffic for like 30 mins and then I get to the scene of the accident and I realize its just a couple cars pulled off to the shoulder and everyone is just slowing down to look at the flashing lights and the busted fender, my blood fucking boils. I make it a point to keep my head down, foot on the pedal, and blow right through any accident activity just so I’m not a hypocrite on the road. Rubber necking is the goddam worst.

Unless we’re talking about a chick sunbathing her ass out her apartment window. Then all bets are off. Its like Sue Ellen Mischke walking down the street in no bra times a million. A bare ass out the window of an apartment building would distract even those must focused of drivers. There should be no blame assigned for this accident and all insurance companies should cover the damages on account of extenuating circumstances.