Woman charged with driving under the influence after getting high on whipped creamBy Mason White 11:52 AM June 2, 2015
By: Wayne Morin
(Scroll down for video) A woman was charged with driving under the influence (DUI) after consuming whipped cream.
Police said that 28-year-old Anna Thomas of Franklin, Tennessee, used cans of aerosol whipped cream to get high.
She was charged with driving under the influence after crashing her car. Thomas was hospitalized after she crashed into the mailbox of a home on Battle Avenue.
Craig Lynch said that he was getting ready to go to work when he suddenly heard a loud noise in front of his home. He ran to investigate and found Thomas on his lawn.
When police arrived, Thomas was disoriented. Officers found 13 cans of whipped cream scattered inside the vehicle. Almost all of the bottles were empty.
Thomas was charged with DUI and with failing to report an accident after running into a ditch.
According to Williamson County Jail records, this is the sixth DUI for Thomas.