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Man Strips On Top Of Tesla While Parked on California’s PCH

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California’s Pacific Coast Highway is really like no other in the country.  Wandering through some of the most creative and free-wheeling societies in the world, the busy PCH, as it is locally known, can be a traffic danger, particularly in the highly traveled Santa Monica area.  But this didn’t stop a Tesla driver from stopping his car on the highway, taking off his clothes and then dancing on the hood – all before getting into an accident.

Parks car in middle of busy highway, strips before dancing on Tesla

After parking his Model S in the middle of the road, this unidentified man emerged from the sunroof of his luxury electric car dancing, and that too without any clothes. Later, he got out of his car and started dancing on the road, shaking his glory while extending his arms and legs wide open.

The Tesla owner had a “meltdown,” according to one report, when he parked his car in the middle of a highway to dance then ultimately destroy his own car, smashing glass and dancing on the hood before getting into an automobile accident with a hatchback.

Drugs and Justin Bieber not mentioned

The report did not mention if drugs were involved or if he was coming from a Justin Bieber party.

Only police can stop him, but it was too late

As a lifeguard and paramedics tried to coax the driver down from his nude automotive lap dance, they found no success.  After a 30 minute episode – all caught on tape and posted to YouTube – the man hopped in his car and continued to drive north from Santa Monica to the Palisades, a point where the PCH gets a little windy and dangerous.

The report noted that while the fire brigade and ambulance were the first to arrive, they were not able to stop the Tesla owner.  He was not stopped until he crashed into another car and was taken into custody by police.

New York and Chicago might have street performers who shag for coins.  California has pole dancers who just want to be free.

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