ATLANTA -- Just days from the end of the Georgia 400 tolls, toll takers are sharing stories of wild and even salacious behavior performed by drivers passing through the toll plaza.
"I've seen sexual activity," said Kaz Jones, a toll taker for 17 months. "You may see someone, a wife or girlfriend, performing certain activities. I think the key word is spontaneous."
There have been fights as drivers jockey for position in the toll lanes. Toll takers have seen medical emergencies, at least one of them involving a new mom.
"They called and said there's a lady in the back of a taxi having a baby," said Michael Bent.
They've heard every excuse in the book from people who arrive at the toll plaza with empty pockets.
"I didn't know this road was here, I didn't know I was coming this way," said Jones.
Nudity is a common theme.
"A passenger got out of his car and started dancing," said toll taker Roslyn McDonald. "He was acting silly and ended up taking off clothes. His friend drove off."
Jones says working the toll plaza has been like a box of chocolates.
"You never know what you're going to get," said Jones.
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