Penske truck sex video posted online after truck strike

An employee of a Penske auto parts company has been charged with distributing a video on social media showing him having sex with a truck on a truck rental company’s website.

John O’Connor, 45, of St. Charles, Missouri, was arrested on Thursday in St. Louis.

The St. Clair County Sheriff’s Office posted video to YouTube showing the two engaged in oral sex on a Penskis truck rental website.

O’Conner allegedly shared the video on Facebook and Twitter.

In the video, O’Connell is shown driving a Penskiis truck and has a large black penis in the back seat.

He tells the driver that he will be a good boy and the driver replies, “I like a good cock.”

O’Connors attorney said in a statement that he was “sickened and disgusted” by the alleged conduct of O’Brien.

Penskiis and O’Brian’s companies said in separate statements that they were aware of the situation.

The company released a statement saying: “We are very saddened to hear about the allegations made against John O’Cohen, and we have been working closely with our employees to address this situation.”

The company said O’Neill is not currently employed by Penskii and has been employed at the company since September.

Pentax was founded in 1871 by William Pentax and was a pioneer in the development of photography.

Pentax sold its photography business to Nikon in 1992, and the company is a major supplier of cameras to the U.S. government, defense, and aerospace industries.

How to stop truck stickers from coming to your neighborhood

More than 10,000 truck stickers have been pulled from U.S. highways since the year began, a new report finds.

But the sticker campaign has been criticized by many drivers and by lawmakers as an example of a national trend toward the use of a digital and robotic vehicle.

A group of Republican lawmakers in the House of Representatives called on the Transportation Department on Tuesday to ban the stickers and other technology-based vehicle tags.

“The sticker campaign is a national example of how these technologies are being used for a purpose,” Rep. Dan Bishop, R-Utah, said in a statement.

“In the name of safety, they are being exploited by those who wish to drive a robot or a robotic vehicle without any regard for the rights of those they tag.”

Bishop’s office said the Department of Transportation is in the process of working on a response.

The sticker program was first proposed by the National Automobile Dealers Association in 2013, and since then, a dozen states have passed legislation banning the stickers.