Woman drives into cop car while taking topless selfie

2016-10-28 09:28
A booking photo of Texas A&M University student Miranda Kay Rader. (Bryan Police Department via AP)

A booking photo of Texas A&M University student Miranda Kay Rader. (Bryan Police Department via AP)

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Texas – Police say a 19-year-old Texas A&M University student who rear-ended a squad car told an officer she was taking a topless selfie.

Miranda Kay Rader posted $200 bond after she was charged with drunken driving and possessing alcohol as a minor.

A police report says an officer was checking a reported disturbance when he heard brakes squeal and an SUV slam into the patrol car behind him.

Rader told the officer she was taking a topless selfie of herself to Snapchat to her boyfriend.

Police say an open bottle of wine was in her console cup holder.

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