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Sex Toys Litter Highway After Tractor Trailer Crash

Some Oklahoma motorists got an eyeful when loads of dildos and lube shot out of the back of an overturned semi. In a collision on Wednesday, a tractor trailer and a box truck crashed, causing the semi to roll over, Oklahoma City television station KWTV reported. The overturned tractor-trailer spilled vibrators on I-40 near Mustang Road on the western outskirts of Oklahoma City and closed the highway off-ramp for several hours.Hundreds of boxes are spread over the road in video footage captured by KWTV.Local Oklahoma blog The Lost Ogle posted a video on Twitter and commented about the spillage on its website.
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