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SEE IT: Man Allegedly Crashes Vehicle, Gets Out of Car & Masturbates in Traffic

A California man allegedly crashed into multiple vehicles Monday while he was pleasuring himself, KMPH-TV reports.

Police say the 31-year-old man pulled down his pants and began masturbating as he was driving in northwest Fresno, according to the television station. The man then crashed into two vehicles around 10:15 a.m. near a shopping center.

Video recorded by someone who said their vehicle was struck appears to show the man standing in the street and masturbating in broad daylight, according to KMPH-TV. The video was uploaded to TikTok.

“This dude just hit us with his car and hopped out and started to beat his meat,” the TikTok user posted in the video.


The recording then shows the man leaving the scene and walking through traffic, where he was nearly hit by two passing cars, the television station reports.

Following the incident, police found the man at a nearby barbeque restaurant. Emergency responders took the man to the hospital for evaluation. He was cited with a misdemeanor hit and run.

It was not immediately clear whether additional charges would be filed. No injuries were reported because of the crash. The vehicles involved were towed away.

A Fresno police officer at the scene said it appeared the man was having “issues.” However, it was not clear what exactly was happening with him, Sgt. Diana Trueba Vega of the Fresno Police Department told CrimeOnline.

In 2019, the sex toy company Tenga surveyed 10,000 adults who lived in nine countries about their self-pleasure behavior. The study found that six percent of males reported masturbating while driving, while two percent of females reported such behavior, according to the New York Post.

Fresno is located in the San Joaquin Valley between Los Angeles and Sacramento.

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