Thanks to the Internet, we have all come across viral YouTube videos that reveal what all can fit between the "nature's pocket"
However, there are still some things that should never go inside a vagina. A loaded gun would be one such thing. On Tuesday, 8 September, cops in Waco, Texas, pulled over a couple, Gabriel Garcia and Ashley Cecilia Castaneda, during a routine traffic stop.
The couple was driving a 1998 Toyota Land Rover, which contained 2.7 grams of methamphetamine (similar to cocaine), police said.
Surprisingly, the meth wasn't the most bizarre detail of the story.
As the cops were in the process of taking the two to jail, Castaneda thoughtfully informed one of the officers that she had a gun in her vagina. Sure enough, after a thorough pat-down, the police discovered that Castaneda was telling the truth.
"A female officer searched Castaneda discovering she had in fact placed a loaded Smith and Wesson pistol inside her body cavity," Sergeant W. Patrick Swanton told KWTX 10.
Seen here are Ashley Cecilia Castaneda and the fully loaded Smith and Wesson .22 Semi-auto gun that was found inside her vagina
Sergeant Swanton was relieved that the situation was resolved in a non-deadly manner, as it "could've been extremely dangerous for everybody involved," who added that people have asked him, 'Why are you even telling us this?', in response to which he said that:
"The reason is because we want people to know this truly does happen. People don't believe this happens in real life. It happens much more than your average citizen would ever know."
And he is right! Back in 2013, another woman, Christie Dawn Harris, aged 28, was arrested with a loaded handgun wedged inside her vagina during a drug arrest. The twist in this tale is that Christie also had bags of crystal meth wedged between her butt with intent to distribute. She was later sentenced to 25 years in prison.