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Sex toy company offers ‘relief’ after shipping crash

They come to the rescue.

An adult appliance company stepped in Friday to offer “relief” to customers affected by a tractor-trailer accident in Oklahoma City that spilled a shipment of sex toys and lube on a highway.

CamSoda says several truckloads 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 which has gone viral on social media and has makes presenters blush for its content.

A company spokesperson said in a statement that they had supplies ready to replace what was lost within hours of Wednesday’s spill.

“Our hearts go out to everyone affected by the crash. We understand these are stressful times and these supplies are what are helping people unburden themselves,” Vice President Daryn Parker said in a statement. “Our trucks are on the way and will be delivering relief in no time.”

Authorities respond to the scene of the rollover accident.


A photo of a semi truck in the middle of the highway full of sex toys.

Trucks with replacement items are going all out to help buyers affected by the shipping crash, the company said.


A KWTV News 9 presenter and the station’s helicopter operator had an awkward exchange on air about the unsafe content for the accident.

Anchor Lacey Lowery asked what was on the road, to which the pilot replied, “Anyway, it’s going to take a while to clean up.”

Reaction to the X-Rated crash was immediate on Twitter.

A photo of a semi truck in the middle of the highway full of sex toys.

The tractor-trailer crash has had commentators reacting with their reactions on social media.


A photo of a semi truck in the middle of the highway full of sex toys.

One person wrote, “I’m picking up good vibes” on Twitter.


“I’m picking up good vibes,” one user said in response to a Post article about the crash.

“And there was no shortage of people to help clean it up,” another user said.