Cell phones have changed our lives forever, but not always for the better. Given the fact that modern cell phones can store and playback movies (including pornography), and that porn is widespread on the internet, some people are inclined to partake in the leisure activity of watching adult movies…apparently even while driving.

A 58-year-old Detroit, Michigan man, Clifford Ray Jones, was killed early Sunday morning when he rolled his car on the ramp from the Lodge to Interstate 75. The Michigan State Police, who were investigating the accident, said that Jones had been masturbating while driving without pants.

Police suspect he was watching pornography on his cell phone at the time that he lost control. Apparently with only one hand on the steering wheel, he was unable to correct his skidding car in time to avoid the fatal rollover crash. Khloe Kardashian recently admitted to making sex tapes with Lamar Odom; it is unknown if Jones was watching one of these videos at the time.

Jones was not wearing a seatbelt and was partially ejected through the sunroof of the 1996 Toyota when it rolled. He died instantly at the scene. Nobody else was involved or injured, and Jones was travelling alone.

Michigan State Police Lieutenant Mike Shaw stated that this incident was about the most unusual case he had seen.

He said, “We see people putting on makeup, we see people doing different things as far as hygiene, as far as reading books, it’s almost to the fact there’s so much technology out there a lot of people are more paying attention to what they’re doing other than driving their cars.”

Jones was definitely paying less attention to his driving than to his erotic detour, which cost him his life.

With gas slipping below the $1 per gallon mark in Michigan, drivers are getting out in record numbers, even in the frigid January temperatures.

The Michigan State Police were called out to the accident shortly after 3 a.m. Sunday morning. Fortunately, the time of day probably saved other drivers from injury or death, as traffic was lighter than at any other time of day.

According to sec. 257.602.b (Michigan’s anti-texting bill), texting is banned statewide. Otherwise, there are no laws against cell phone use while driving. Any driver who has become distracted by a cell device and causes a traffic offense can be charged with careless driving. However, there is no law against watching a movie, checking stock quotes, or booking airline flights online – unless it causes you to be distracted while driving.

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