Only in Florida: Do You Drive Stick?

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Get Out of My Dream, Get into My Car

In my column Only in Florida, I'll be taking you down to the Sunshine State for the latest and greatest sex stories that can only be found in the craziest state in the union.

We all have our things, things that really get our juices flowing and put us in the right mood. And that's what makes us each of us unique. Sure, some might call what you love strange, but odds are whatever they love is downright odd to you. And that's okay. For some, pain is pleasure, and for others humiliation is the way to go. For one Florida man, there is nothing better in the world than to drive around with an electronic device hooked up to your penis.

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Kurt Jenkins was driving around a Boynton Beach neighborhood when he flagged down a random person on the street and waved them over to his car. At that point, the random person was treated with the sight of Mr. Jenkins naked penis with some kind of electrical device attached to it. Mr. Jenkins then asked the random person if they would care to join him in the car, but they declined and decided to call the police instead.

Now of all the things that should bother someone about this situation, the one thing that bothers me most is the poor reporting on this story. So many details were left. What kind of car was Mr. Jenkins driving? Were his seats cloth or leather? Was Mr. Jenkins not wearing pants? How many wires were attached to his penis? Was the electrical device on this lap or in the passenger seat? Was the device battery operated or was it plugged into the car charger? So many questions will forever go unanswered.

Your kinks are part of who you are and you should be proud of them. But if your kinks involve asking strangers to get in your car while your penis is attached to some kind of device, you might have a friend pretend to be a stranger. Might make things go a little smoother.

Via NBC Miami

Tagged in: penis, car, only in florida, device bondage, devices, straight, sex culture

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