One thing's for sure. Women with too much alcohol are nothing but trouble at 2 am. Last night I arrived at the location of a ping by the light rail tracks.
A VERY colorful young drunk woman got into my car. She requested that I connect her phone to BlueTooth. I pulled the car over to the side, messed around for five minutes trying to get her phone connected to my car's bluetooth system without luck. Finally I got her to agree to enter the radio station of her choice (Dr. Dray) into Pandora on my phone.
Shortly after doing this, she grabbed my phone and told me I could have hers. Her phone battery was dead though unfortunately. I told her several times that I needed my phone for navigation, but she didn't seem to hear. I didn't really care, I just kept driving the car assuming we'd end up somewhere eventually, and she'd have to pay for it anyhow.
She asked me if I could pull over so she could pee. I said half joking, "there's a fire hydrant right there!" She laughed, and as I pulled over, she sounded very appreciative and said "I can't believe you're doing this!"
Before she left the car, I fortunately got my phone back from her. (I was afraid she'd might run off, or maybe pee on it). As I looked in my rear view mirror...I saw her white buns actually were hovering above the red hydrant! "Oh boy..." I said.
My next ride was a fat drunk woman named Jo. Not much to say about her. I asked her a few questions about what she was doing out late. She apparently got off work at a bar. Workers at bars can drink on the job? I told her I'd get her home safely. Then about 30 seconds later, her mouth opened up like a foul waterfall and filled my backseat with, who knows what mixed with beer. (the cup holder in the back was filled almost to the top).
As I was driving her home, I saw she had opened up her wallet and was counting out cash. I saw many ones and twenties. I was glad that she was going to try to make things right. Nope. Never gave me a cent for it.
BTW, if a picture is worth a thousand words, the audio should be worth a million. I'm trying to upload them now.