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BMW Driver Fined For Masturbating While Driving.

People have different addictions and masturbation--harmful or not--has been a point of inconclusive debates, although there's no law enacted against the sexual act. Nonetheless, that doesn't mean it is legal to masturbate while driving. LONDON - FEBRUARY 22: A Police pulls a car over as part of a drive to inform motorists of the risk of using a phone whilst driving on February 22, 2007 in London, England. New research has proved driving while on the telephone is stastically more dangerous than drink driving. The new law, which comes in effect at 00: 01 February 27, 2007, will result in a GBP60 fine and three points being added to the offenders' licence. (Photo by Bruno Vincent/Getty Images)

While it once was regarded as a perversion and a sign of a mental problem, masturbation now is regarded as a normal, healthy sexual activity that is pleasant, fulfilling, acceptable, and safe. It is a good way to experience sexual pleasure and can be done throughout life.

Masturbation is only considered a problem when it inhibits sexual activity with a partner, is done in public, or causes significant distress to the person.

It may cause distress if it is done compulsively or interferes with daily life and activities.

But one man who must have known all that, decided to take a risk while driving on a busy road. He ran out of luck not knowing that police officers in an unmarked vehicle were on patrol, following a week-long security exercise aimed at cracking down on 'distracted drivers'. The driver from Southampton, in his fifties, was caught masturbating while driving his BMW along the M40 near High Wycombe in Buckinghamshire. The location has a 70mph speed limit. 

According a Metro, a spokesman for Thames Valley Police confirmed the man was fined after he admitted ‘pleasuring himself while driving’ before he was stopped by police officers on patrol.

While there are other motorists engaging in the indecent act without getting caught, another man was caught reading a novel at the wheel–wonder if that was a Bible.

And they stacked up a massive 147 drivers using mobile phones over the course of the crack down called Operation Tramline which kicked off early this month.

In total, Thames Valley and Hampshire Constabularies fined 187 drivers between £60 and £100, and gave some additional points on their licences.

Sergeant Paul Diamond said: ‘Most of the offenders are not horrible criminals, they are often kind and decent people but they just don’t realize the consequences of their actions not just to the victims but on their own lives and to the security of their jobs and family.

‘The irony is that most of the people we stop agree with what we are doing, so why do they do it?’

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