Noah Erb from 'Bachelor in Paradise' Literally Crashed His Car Into His House While Kissing Abigail Heringer

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Noah Erb from 'Bachelor in Paradise' Literally Crashed His Car Into His House While Kissing Abigail Heringer

Love makes you lose control—just ask Noah Erb. The Bachelor in Paradise star revealed on his Instagram Story this week that her *literally* crashed his car into his own house because he was so distracted by the bliss of making out with his GF, Abigail Heringer.

Seriously.

"Just took Abigail out to a nice dinner," Noah explained on his IG Story on Thursday (per E! Online). "We were enjoying ourselves, incredible experience, food was great. We hop in the car. We start listening to Annie of all things. 'The Sun Will Come Out Tomorrow.' It starts raining. The mood is getting right. We get to my house. I stop the car. I look at Abigail and think, ‘Dang, she looks really pretty' so I start kissing her."

As you do. Abigail is a gorgeous woman and she and Noah have been very open about their love since they reconnected after breaking up at the end of their time in Paradise.

"Turns out I never put the car in park and I rolled right through my grass and hit my house," Noah continued. "Genuinely, small little kiss turned into me hitting my house. I've never done that before. I wouldn't even think to do that. It's absurd. But here I am, letting all things go to shambles for a little bit of love."

Even though they had their ups and downs on the beach, Noah and Abigail have been very open about how loved up they are these days. Abigail declared her IG love for Noah on October 5:

The next day, Noah reciprocated, posting a highlight reel of their love and opening up about how their BiP breakup made him realize she was The One.

"You never know what you got until it’s gone, then you never let it go," he wrote.
"I love you @abigail_heringer , here is to laughing through life until we are old 👴🏻👵🏼
(World, meet my new GF, turns out we do know how to talk to eachother and I think I’ll keep her)."

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