is this real? they dont even say what state she lives in and the story seems to have a lot of writer's embellishments.
sounds like fanfic.Coker asked the man, who hid his face behind the center console of the backseat of her car, both why he was in her car, and if he was indeed naked.
Answering the latter question in the affirmative, the mysterious naked man declared his being in Coker's car was a "right of passage."
When asked how he managed to get into Coker's car the man claimed he was "the son of the pope", resulting in an all too understandable "what the f*ck" from Coker.
The video then cut to the police arriving at Coker's car, with the unknown naked man's legs hanging out from the trunk.
The man asked the officers on the scene if he could "put his pants on", which the officers said would be greatly appreciated, with some confused amusement rather easily detected in their responses
One of the officers on the scene was clearly no less befuddled than Coker by this unique incident, telling her:
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A magnificent coronal mass ejection (CME) was recorded by Nasa's STEREO-A spacecraft in the early hours of February 15.
CMEs are giant eruptions that send plasma hurtling through space – and the Sun has undergone several of them throughout the month.
If they hit Earth, the plumes of material can trigger geomagnetic storms that knock out satellites and disrupt power grids.
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