That's what your imagination is for. If they really needed to move, they could have driven around the block back into their garage. People didn't need to see that woman's junk.
And if they needed realism... well they got additional bondage when they got put in handcuffs. And had this been a real abduction the man would have been arrested... so they got that too. I bet next time they will stay in their garage and make driving noises.
-giggles- That would be strange. Rolling around in the trunk while listening to your boyfriend go "VRRRROOOOOOMMM, puttputtputtputt VROOOOOOOM" in the front seat and trying to keep a straight face.
As for seeing the woman's junk, that's what a blanket is for. Or the trunk. But preferably a blanket, because if she's gagged with duct tape she won't be able to breath through her mouth, and if her nose clogs you'll want to be right there to intervene.
I've discovered the problem:Okay, when someone sees you carting around your tied-up naked girlfriend in your car and asks about it, the correct answer is not, "Oh, we're just having fun." No, dude, you're caught. That's the time to explain everything right there. Now, granted, it's going to be pretty embarrassing for your girlfriend for you to take the duct tape off and ask her to explain everything to the nice people who are worried about her and/or possibly call the police yourselves, or something to that effect, but come on, you've got to know that someone is calling the cops on your ass at that point. ;p
True. This reminds me of that guy who kidnapped Elizabeth Smart. Before he went after her, he kidnapped another girl and brought her to a storage unit; a cop found the woman's abandoned car and investigated. When he found the pair, the guy said "she's my girlfriend". The woman had many things to say to the contrary.
On that note, it's lucky that cop was there, and not downtown booking a couple for out-of-bounds roleplaying--i.e., entering them into the justice system, as is the American way.
In any case, he definitely should have explained to that witness (and any others standing around) that it was all just a Valentine's Day game, and maybe even ungagged the girlfriend long enough to let her confirm his story. But making a small deal of it is just going to lead others to believe that you're TRYING to make a small deal of it because you're trying to hide something.