Panty raid gone wrong?
At first glance, somebody appeared to be airing their dirty laundry in Ohio last week. On further inspection, however, most of the hundreds of panties found scattered on a road in Fairfield County, Ohio, were brand new before they were dumped in the dirt, according to the Associated Press (AP).
The undergarments were found in trees and on hillsides in several spots on a road in Berne Township, about 30 miles southeast of Columbus, Fairfield County Deputy Gary Hummel said on Sept. 1. Hummel says some of the panties were still folded the way they would come in packaging, while others appeared to have been worn.
There were nearly 1,700 pairs in all, in a mix of colors and patterns. Hummel says they filled 10 large trash bags when collected. Investigators are “baffled” as to where the panties came from, according to AP.