A police officer in Richmond, British Columbia, Canada, stopped a car Tuesday evening after noticing some unusual activity behind the wheel. "There were two people where there would have been one traditionally.
"I'm not going to describe that in any more detail. You can use your imagination," said RCMP Cpl. Dennis Hwang. "That's what drew his attention.
And the vehicle was having a little bit of trouble keeping straight."
The officer followed the car until he confirmed his suspicions, then he pulled the vehicle over.
Hwang also said it took longer than usual to produce a driver's licence and registration.
"They were a bit embarrassed and you might say this ended in a buzz kill of sorts."
Hwang says that in 19 years of police service, he's never seen anything like this.
"It's obviously incredibly dangerous for a number of reasons," he said.
He added that the distracted driver could wind up in an accident and airbags are not meant to be deployed when two people are in the same seat.
"Find an appropriate and private place to have sex - not while driving."
The driver now faces a $368 ticket for driving without due care and attention and a $167 fine for a seatbelt violation.