This is the second story this week I've read about this Woman caught steering car with her feet while texting with both hands on Philadelphia highway A Philadelphia woman has been caught on video texting with both hands while driving and steering the car with her feet. In cell phone video, the woman fan be seen distracted by her phone, using both hands to type, while a foot rests on her steering wheel. Sarah and Shawn Delong of Center City, Pennsylvania, recorded the instance of reckless driving and sent the footage to ABC 6 Action News. Scroll down for video +5 A woman was caught driving on a Philadelphia highway using her feet to steer while texting with both hands +5 Sarah and Shawn Delong of Center City, Pennsylvania, recorded the instance of reckless driving and sent the footage to their local news station 'Someone is going to get killed, that's why I was so mad. You see people on their phones all the time, but that took the cake,' Sarah Delong said. Sarah began recording the distracted driver from the passenger seat of her car. The couple followed the woman for approximately 20 minutes as she continued to stare at her phone and steer with her feet on the Schuylkill Expressway. 'For a good 20 minutes we were in her vicinity whether it was beside her or behind her. +5 The Delongs said they tried to get the woman's attention to tell her to get off of her cell phone 'At one point we beeped at her and I yelled "get off your phone!" 'And she looked and smirked at me and went right back to doing whatever it was on her phone,' Sarah said. Shawn said the egregious distraction was one he had never witnessed before. 'I've seen people reading and writing with their documents, but not driving with your feet!' Shawn said. +5 They said when they were able to get her attention she just smiled and continued with her reckless behavior +5 The couple contacted police but officers said there's nothing they can do unless they catch someone in the act The couple also said the woman was clearly swerving while attempting to drive with her feet. Sarah gave the police the woman's license plate number and contacted them while following the woman. However, officers said they have to catch someone in the act in order to do anything about the distracted driving. Otherwise, they are unable to do much in the way of citing the case.