Woman on whipped cream high smashes SUV into mailbox in Tennessee BY Lee Moran NEW YORK DAILY NEWS Wednesday, June 3, 2015, 7:36 AM Franklin (TN) Police Dept. Anna Thomas inhaled the nitrous oxide from these 13 cans of whipped cream — an activity known as "whip-its" — and then got into her SUV and drove over a mailbox, cops in Tennessee say. A Tennessee woman crashed her SUV into a mailbox after getting high from cans of whipped cream, police said. Anna Thomas allegedly inhaled the nitrous oxide from 13 canisters of the sweet treat before getting behind the wheel in Franklin at 9 a.m. Wednesday, reports WKRN. Franklin (TN) Police Dept. A smiling Thomas is pictured after her arrest. The 28-year-old first ran her vehicle into a ditch, then crashed into and knocked over a brick mailbox. Cops arrived on the scene and found Thomas to be "extremely disoriented." They searched her SUV and reportedly found the empty cans of Reddi-Wip and other brands of light, creamy topping. "They started pulling out bottles of whipped cream and they started sitting them on the car and they essentially ran out of room," said Craig Lynch, who owned the smashed mailbox. He said he was glad his property took the brunt of the crash, rather than a person. Thomas was taken to hospital for treatment following the "whip-its" — as the act of inhaling nitrous oxide from whipped cream cans is called — incident. Previous Next Enlarge Franklin (TN) Police Dept. The remains of Craig Lynch's mailbox lay on the ground after Anna Thomas' alleged whip-it bender.