Florida authorities found something shocking in a woman’s vagina after she was pulled over.
According to public records, 28-year-old Taccara Nauden had an active arrest warrant for operating a vehicle without a valid driver’s license and had been previously arrested on Nov. 9, 2015 on a $500 bond.
She just happened to be a passenger in a car that was pulled over in connection to a hit-and-run on Oct 1, according to police documents.
She was immediately arrested and taken to the Broward Sheriff’s Office for processing. Authorities say Nauden told medical workers at the jail that she had thrust her Nebraska ID card up her vagina during the traffic stop.
After conducting an X-ray test, jail workers verified Nauden’s claim and took her to a hospital. But before she left the jail, the 28-year-old squatted and urinated in public, reports WPLG.
Nauden was rushed back to the jail after seeking treatment at Memorial Regional Hospital. She now faces an additional charge of indecent exposure in public on top of charges from the warrant.
According to the Huffington Post, the act of “vagina smuggling” is a common, albeit, hushed topic among law enforcement.
Police say some women have used their genitals to store everything from marijuana to handguns.
In October 2014, Jennifer Renee Crosby, 42, was arrested in Florida on drug possession charges during a traffic stop. Crosby initially denied the allegations, but officers noticed she was shaking.
When authorities brought a female deputy to the scene, Crosby reported confessed to having “drugs up my vagina.”
Dallas Archer, a 19-year-old from Kingsport, Tennessee, was arrested for driving with a suspended license in April 2014. As soon as Archer was strip searched, a corrections officer found an “unknown object” wedged in the woman’s crotch. The object turned out to be a loaded, stolen, four-inch .22 caliber mini-revolver.
In January 2014, a Las Vegas masseuse was arrested for stealing a customer’s $35,000 Rolex watch and hiding it in her vagina.