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Florida Woman Hides Crack in Her Vagina

Some women can't seem to stop using their vagina as a drug-smuggling compartment.

In December, we told you about a woman who was busted hiding meth in her cooch. And just a few weeks ago, we reported on a woman who used her vag to stow away bags of drugs.

Now comes a report of a woman cops busted in Okaloosa County who jammed some crack inside her crack.

According to Okaloosa County Sheriff's deputies, a Jeep was pulled over by cops on U.S. Highway 90 for faulty tag lights on the evening of March 9.

A K-9 unit then checked out the vehicle and found some pot on the passenger floorboard.

Little did cops know that trying to hide weed on the floorboard was the least of where other contraband was supposedly hidden by the passenger.

The Jeep's passenger, Porcha Gross, was arrested and taken to the county jail for processing.

There, female officers found several pieces of a "cookie" of crack cocaine hidden in her vagina during the cavity search.

Gross, 21, was then tagged with possession of a controlled substance without a prescription, possession of marijuana not more than 20 grams, and introducing contraband to a detention facility charges.

Her court date is April 9.

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