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Florida Couple Getting Amorous in Car Drive Into Someone's House

Asia Walker and her boyfriend, Charles Phillips, were driving down Continental Drive, near Nova Road and LPGA Boulevard in Daytona Beach, at 5:30 in the morning when they decided it was a good time to start making out and getting superaffectionate with each other.

And you'll be shocked to learn that getting it on inside a moving vehicle is still 100 percent unsafe, because Walker lost control of her car and crashed into some random person's house.

Apparently the two were having such a good time, Walker didn't bother to hit the brakes, because the car went all the way into the home.

The impact of the crash not only destroyed the interior of the house but also blew out windows in another room as well.

According to Florida Highway Patrol spokeswoman Kim Montes, Walker, 30, confessed to why she rammed into someone's house.

"She told the investigating trooper that her and the boyfriend were getting a little amorous, and the trooper suspects that's probably why she lost control of the vehicle," Montes said.

Walker was taken to Halifax Medical Center as a precaution after she was injured by some falling debris. Her boyfriend was unharmed and has a fantastic story to tell his buddies for the rest of his life.

Walker was charged with careless driving.

Fortunately, the house was unoccupied at the time this happened. Going to jail for killing someone because you were getting felt-up in your car just isn't cool.

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