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Thursday, August 26, 2010

Colondra Hamilton Charged For Masturbating, Watching Porn While Driving

Posted By on Thu, Aug 26, 2010 at 9:45 AM

She has that post-orgasm glow.
  • She has that post-orgasm glow.

Colondra Hamilton took multitasking while driving to a new level earlier this week.

Forget the people who drink their coffee, chat on their cell phones, do their makeup, or read the paper while driving. Those in-car distractions are child's play compared to what Elmwood Place cops found Hamilton doing while behind the wheel earlier this week.

It all began when police noticed illegally tinted windows on her vehicle.

When they pulled Hamilton, 36, over, they noticed her pants were unbuttoned, a vibrator was sitting in her lap, and her passenger was holding a computer. Those dots were pretty easy to connect.

Yep, she was doing exactly what they thought she was doing... taking her talents to South Beach for her companion in the 2008 Pontiac.

According to documents on The Smoking Gun, Hamilton admitted to using the vibrator on herself while driving and watching a porno being played on the laptop held by the passenger.

They also found part of a broken crack pipe in her purse.

What do you get charged with for masturbating while driving and watching a porno?

Police call this one driving "with impaired alertness."

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