When a state trooper in Maine received several calls about an erratic driver, he located and pulled over the weaving and speeding vehicle. Behind the wheel was a woman, steadily pumping breast milk from her inflated chest.
Trooper Tim Marks was responding to several complaints of erratic driving last week and pulled the suspect car over in Newport on Interstate 95 in Newport. The reports said the car was weaving on the interstate and exceeding the speed limit. The trooper gave the woman a warning and suggested she complete the task when not behind the wheel.
It wasn’t actually Denise Milani driving, but this is how we like to imagine the woman:
The woman was given a warning for distracted driving and asked to complete her milk pumping during times when she is not driving.
Police later explained that over the years they’ve pulled people over for playing on their laptop, watching Gilmore Girls on TV, eating, putting on make up, and of course – chatting on cell phones.