Sunday, May 29, 2011

Bikinis cause increase in car wrecks

bikinisNews San Diego, California - Mark McCullough, a 19-year veteran with the San Diego Police Department and spokesman for its busy traffic division, says fender-benders and other non-fatal collisions rise by about 25% during beach season, which starts in May and continues through the end of summer at the popular beach city. Officer McCullough says most are caused by men watching women. “We get an influx of college kids and tourists to the beach areas during these times, and the accidents climb,” he says. “It’s often young guys who, after we talk to them and prod a little, will admit they were eyeing an attractive brunette or good-looking blonde in a little bikini.”  More

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