New Jersey State Police arrested a 47-year-old man whose alleged display of a topless Barbie doll and explicit porn magazines inside his car caused a stir at a Garden State Parkway rest area.
Robert Martin also had women’s underwear on a platter on the dashboard of his car, investigators said.
The car is still at the Ocean View Service Plaza, but the porn is not; state police seized it.
People there said they certainly haven’t forgotten the graphic images they saw inside.
“There was just stuff strategically placed and all of it was based around pornography,” said Christie Ostrander.
It was a XXX eyeful that Ostrander said she got when she looked inside Martin’s Lincoln as it was parked at the busy Ocean View Service Plaza on the Garden State Parkway in Dennis Township.
“Very explicit pornography,” she said. “It was a mixture of pornography, a Bible, cross, it was all laid out perfectly. Nobody should have to really be exposed to that.”
Ostrander works at the New Jersey information center and said people began complaining a couple weeks ago about porn DVD cases and magazines on the seats and center console along with a topless Barbie doll on the dash board.
“There was a thong on a gold platter,” Ostrander said.
“It’s crazy, I mean, anybody could see that stuff. That’s no good, especially for kids,” Chris Kelley, who saw pornography in the car, said.
“I didn’t think that possessing porn inside your car, in the back seat, was a public display,” Robert Martin said. “It was not on public display, it was not a public shrine.”
Martin admits the car and the porn belong to him, but said he only had it in the car because he is in the process of moving.
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