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Driver killed cyclist after losing control while receiving services from a prostitute as he drove

By Mirror | December 7th 2015

Florida:  A driver who was receiving oral sex at the wheel was so overcome with ecstasy that he swerved and killed a cyclist, it has been alleged.

Driver Randy Joe Allen killed homeless Terry Lamunt Ross, 49, who was riding his bicycle on the hard shoulder of a main road, Police in Polk County, Florida said.

An eyewitness saw the attack and was able to describe the green Ford-F250 truck which was seen leaving the scene of the crash.

Deputies found the damaged truck at a local bar complete with blood stains.

Allen told police he had struck a stop road sign or a guard rail while driving on Highway 92 with a female passenger.

She was interviewed and told officers that she had just met the driver at a bar after a few drinks left with him.

The female passenger then told dumbfounded deputies that she was performing oral sex on Allen while he was driving and heard a loud bump. Allen told her that he hit a road sign and continued driving.

Deputies said that the passenger did not see what Allen hit and believed his story, reports 10 News.

Allen was taken to Polk County Jail and charged with one count of Leaving the Scene of a Crash with Death.

The suspect could face additional charges pending results of a blood test.

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