Louisville, Ky., corrections officers found themselves in a prickly situation when they discovered that their prisoner Jessica Webster, who was initially arrested for burglarizing a home, had hypodermic needles inside her vagina.
Unfortunately, Webster isn't alone in using her vagina as a personal carry-on.
Before the 29-year-old woman was patted down by officers, she was asked if she had been concealing any contraband to which she reportedly said no.
When the two syringes were discovered inside her vagina, though, Webster informed the officers that she needed them for her heroin habit.
According to the police report, "The needles appeared empty but may have drug residue."
Webster, who was arrested along with her husband, reportedly had some jewelry from the residence they had burglarized in her possession when police brought the pair in to custody.
Officers also discovered another syringe filled with heroin in Webster's hooded sweatshirt.
The syringes were placed at the Louisville Metro Police Department's property room, where they will be stored as evidence.
Besides the felony burglary charge, Webster is also looking at being charged with promoting contraband in to a jail, which is a felony.
The young woman also faces possession of drug paraphernalia, which is a misdemeanor charge. Webster is currently being held on a $1,500 bond.
Webster's concealing trick seems pretty amateurish compared to Karin Mackaliunas (pictured left), who is probably a vagina-storage record breaker for the most items placed inside a vajayjay for safe keeping!
During a routine police strip search last March, the 27-year-old was discovered to be hiding 54 bags of heroin, 31 empty heroin bags, eight Xanax pills, and $51.22 in cash and change inside her God-given purse!
Mischelle Lindy Salzgeber was on probation also in March of last year when she needed to pass a urine test. Salzgeber reportedly poured someone else's pee in to a vodka bottle and placed it inside her vagina for safe keeping.
Unfortunately for Salzegeber, on the morning of her test, a police routine body scan zeroed in on the bottle.
The urine Salzegeber tried to smuggle in to use as hers tested positive for drugs anyway!
Here's a definite leg-crosser: In May 2011, an unnamed woman was involved in a fight with another female. After she was arrested by police and underwent a body search, officers discovered a knife and bottle of prescription pills stashed in the rolls of her belly fat.
A more thorough search unearthed a second knife that she had placed within the cavity of her vagina.