This is a little bit hard to believe, but some Texas DPS officers were sticking their fingers where they didn't belong. Forbes told the story at The War On Drugs Now Features Roadside Sexual Assaults By Cops.
One particular incident happened on Memorial Day in 2012 when two women and some children were driving home to Houston from the beach. They were pulled over for speeding, and a DPS trooper claimed he smelled marijuana. A routine search turned up paraphernalia but no dope. So he ordered a female trooper to search their body cavities right there on the side of the road.
Texas state Representative Harold Dutton of Houston is trying to put a roadblock on those searches with HB 324 which would require a search warrant before an anal or vaginal cavity search by law enforcement during a traffic stop. The bill passed the House and as of this writing has not been brought to a vote in the state Senate.
The bill wouldn't stop a search without a warrant, it would only mean it couldn't be conducted right there on the side of the road.