They’re coming to the rescue.
An adult device company sprung into action Friday to offer “relief” to customers affected by a tractor-trailer crash in Oklahoma City that spilled a shipment of sex toys and lubricant onto a highway.
CamSoda claims several trucks full of dildos and lube will go all the way “to replace what was lost in this devastating incident” in response to the crash on Interstate 40 that went viral on social media and had newscasters blushing over its contents.
A spokesperson for the company said in a statement they had supplies ready to replace what was lost within hours of the Wednesday spill.
“Our hearts go out to all of those affected by the accident. We understand these are stressful times and these supplies are what help people take a load off,” vice president Daryn Parker said in a statement “Our trucks are on the way and will be providing relief in no time.”
A KWTV News 9 anchor and the station’s helicopter operator had an awkward on-air exchange over the accident’s not-safe-for-work content.
Anchor Lacey Lowery asked what was on the road to which the pilot replied: “Whatever it is, it’s gonna take a while to clean up.”
The reaction to the X-Rated crash was immediate on Twitter.
“I’m picking up good vibrations,” said one user in response to a Post article on the crash.
“And there was no shortage of people to help clean it up,” said another user.