If Chelsey Coutts feels a little touchy, it's understandable: She just had $500 worth of sex toys stolen from her car trunk.
The randy robbery took place Monday while her sedan was parked in front of her home in Sandy, Ore., KPTV reported.
Coutts was one of five victims in her neighborhood, but she is especially hot and bothered because she had been building up the kinky collection for months for an upcoming bachelorette party.
Even worse than losing the stolen items was having to tell investigators about the collection, which she said included "lots of toys, blow-up items, all kinds of goodies."
"It was horrible. (The officer) kind of started laughing, but he felt bad so he asked me to describe everything in detail, and it was just horrible," Coutts told KPTV-TV. "I've been storing it in my trunk because I have two little ones and didn't want them to see all the dirty things in there."
Sex toy robberies are more common than you might think.
Back in April, a man in Montreal reportedly robbed an adult products store of $830 worth of vibrators, women's lingerie and porn movies after threatening employees with a butcher's knife.
In August, 2011, a man in Ohio, allegedly stole a semi-truck and crashed it into an adult store in order to steal a sex toy worth $800.
And, as heart wrenching as Coutts' sex toy robbery sounds, it pales in comparison to the tale of Earlie Johnson, who, in February, discovered that thieves had stolen his prized collection of African-American porn movies worth an estimated $7,500.
Much of the collection has since been replaced by porn companies touched by his plight.