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Saturday, 19 December 2009

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Friday's Traffic Jam

The young lady who was flashing her boobs at the cars leaving from Nashville, Tennessee two days ago was not Miley Cyrus, she claimed in an interview today.

"That was not me. I may have overdid the stripper pole dance thing a little but I know better than to go out and flash drivers on the Interstate", stated Cyrus.

Still, several more drivers have came forward to say that the young lady looked a lot like Hannah Montana to them.

"I knowed I'd seen that little gal before. I think it may be her but I won't say cause she might sue me and get my pickup and hunting dog, Festus", stated one driver.

How does she explain that it was not her on the roadside when so many drivers say it looked like her?

"You notice that they are all men who have come forward" Miley reportedly told a source. "How can they say it looked like me when they apparently never looked at the girl's face? I was home and resting on the couch at that time, watching a video. No I can't prove it."

Miley went on to say, according to the source whom we paid to share the story since our own reporters missed it, that the drivers are jumping to conclusions. That they had never seen her breasts but since she lived in the area, they WANTED it to be her.

Will the real flasher come forward?

"I hope not", says Randy Atkins. "We all need our dreams."

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