Texas A&M Student Takes Topless Selfie While Driving, Crashes Into Cop Car
A woman who attempted to take a topless selfie for Snapchat while driving rear-ended a parked police car in Bryan, Texas.
Twenty-year-old Miranda Kay Rader crashed into Officer John Sartell's patrol car while driving back to her dorm on Texas A&M's campus. Rader reportedly attempted to take a topless photo to send her boyfriend on Snapchat, according to KBTX.
Officer Sartell was investigating a disturbance call and had his patrol parked on the street nearby. He said in his report that he heard a car braking, then the sound of a collision.
When Officer Sartell approached Rader's SUV following the crash, he noticed her bra was undone and she was attempting to put her bra back on.
"I asked her why she was not dressed while driving and she stated that she was taking a Snapchat photo to send to her boyfriend while she was at a red light," Officer Sartell said in his police report. He also noticed an opened wine bottle in Rader's vehicle.
Rader wasn't seriously injured in the crash and was booked into Brazos County Jail Wednesday night and charged with DWI with an Open Container. She also received a citation for Minor in Possession of Alcohol.