This was a classic case of malfunctioning vibrating panties. The defendant claims the vibrating panties she bought from the plaintiff (who was suing her for demanding a refund for the panties and some other “toys”) electrocuted her while she was driving, causing a car accident.
So um…no, she will not be paying for the panties.
Maybe these are the panties in question:
Safety reminder: Ladies, please do not WVPWD (wear vibrating panties while driving).
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