Stolen Corvette Claim Used to Lure Officer to House for Sex

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Hey, let’s be honest, hearing of someone using a hot sports car like a Corvette as a pick-up tool isn’t really groundbreaking news.

I suspect that even a few reading this post have probably used the line, “I’ll pick you up in my Corvette,” when trying to lock down a date. However, a story I stumbled on in Florida puts an entirely different spin on the idea.

Apparently, an intoxicated woman in Punta Gorda, FL decided to use the alarm of having a Corvette stolen to try to lure a policeman to her house for sex.  That’s right, a bona-fide officer of the law.  According to an NBC2 News report, the 58-year-old called 911 to report her Corvette was stolen. She then started hitting on the officer when he arrived.

“I haven’t been penetrated in years,” and “I am so horny,” Maria Montenez-Colon allegedly told the policeman, according to the report.

When the officer tried to shift the conversation to the real reason for the 911 call, Montenez-Colon took the sexual invite one step further saying, “You can [expletive] me.”  Finally, after having to deal with a few more sexual advances, the officer was able to get Montenez-Colon to tell him that she’d actually signed ownership of a Corvette over to her step-son after her husband died and now wanted the car back.

When the officer told Montenez-Colon there was nothing he could do, she apparently called 911 again hoping to get the officer back to her house.  However, when another policeman was dispatched to the scene she told him the first officer “was a perfect gentleman, but when I asked him to [expletive] me, he turned me down so that made me angry.”

Yup, and you thought you’d heard it all, right?

image [Fox 4 Now]