Well, that’s one way to conceal carry a handgun…
Woman found with a loaded handgun hidden inside her VAGINA at a traffic stop pleads guiltyhttps://t.co/ZMfE6AhoCc
— Daily Mail US (@DailyMail) April 28, 2018
We have questions:
Um ma'am? MA'AM?!?! Is this thing on? (Taps mic) I've got some follow up questions https://t.co/djkDA1aLmV
— Gabrielle Union (@itsgabrielleu) April 28, 2018
Got some logistical guestions. Also that seems like the most uncomfortable ride ever. https://t.co/EpPQTvFnTv
— Brandi, #1 Friend of Shoebills (@ItsTheBrandi) April 28, 2018
thanos was right https://t.co/QvDuNZDgQh
— Matt Fowler (@TheMattFowler) April 28, 2018
According to the article, the gun was a Kimber .380 which was “5.6 inches long and weighs 13.4 ounces when empty.” Here’s a pic from Kimber’s website:
Apparently cops didn’t find the weapon until she got to jail and was stripped searched. Via The Smoking Gun:
Witt was subsequently transported to the McLean County jail, where arrestees are subjected to a strip search. It was during that procedure that a female jailer recovered a loaded Kimber .380 caliber handgun from Witt’s vagina. The weapon, cops say, had a fully loaded clip and a bullet in the chamber. The gun, seen below in a photo from the manufacturer’s web site, is 5.6” long and weighs 13.4 ounces with an empty magazine.
Guilty… of being awesome https://t.co/Xm8i5AjICc
— Stephen Miller (@redsteeze) April 29, 2018
But 2nd Amendment reporter and gun expert Stephen Gutowski doesn’t think putting a gun “inside of your body” is a good idea:
No, Stephen. You should not put guns inside of your body. That is not good gun safety.
— Stephen Gutowski (@StephenGutowski) April 29, 2018
But what does he know anyway:
Show me where in the gun safety manual it says not to do this, Stephen.
— Alan Cole (@AlanMCole) April 29, 2018