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An adult equipment manufacturer has moved to Oklahoma City to provide “relief” for customers affected by a tractor-trailer accident in which the truck spilled sex toys and lubricants. off the highway.
CamSoda claims several tracks filled with dildos and lubricants were running together “to make up for what was lost in this devastating event” in response to the I-40 crash that went viral on social media. society, causing broadcasters to blush when they saw the contents of the incident.
A company spokesman said in a statement that the supplier was ready to replace the one that was lost within hours of Wednesday’s spill.
Vice President Darrin Parker said in a statement: “Our hearts go out to all those affected by the disaster. We know this is a stressful time, and these funds will help everyone feel better. feel less stressed.” “Our truck is on its way, it will be repaired soon.”
The KWTV News 9 host had an awkward exchange with the station’s helicopter operator about the crash to no avail.
When anchorman Lacey Lowry asked if anything was in the way, the pilot replied: “What is it, it’s going to take a while to clear up.”
There was an immediate response on Twitter to the X-rated breach.
“I feel better,” the user replied to the Post’s article about the crash.
“And there are quite a few people helping clean up,” said another user.