A listener of ours called today to tell us how his morning started off, and I guarantee it's MUCH crazier than yours.

He went out to his van, and found what he thought was a body laying in the back of it. It was colorless and wet, and he backed away to call 911.

Scott County Sheriff's Office

When they arrived, they found out it wasn't a body, but SOME-body.

She was intoxicated, so much so that she decided to crash inside of our listener's vehicle for the night.

The woman, identified as Michele Lynn Hoxsey, is sitting in Scott County Jail on $600 bond. She's being charged with Intoxication and Tresspassing.

"So this morning I learned the important reason of why you lock your car," he wrote in a post on Facebook. "Was it stolen? Nope. Did someone break into it and steal stuff or damage it? Nope. Was there a drunk lady passed out in the back seat..? Yep."

We'll update this as it unfolds, but for the time being, he's been gifted a cleaning from QC Detail.

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