130,000 Fake Breasts Lost At Sea

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130,000 Fake Breasts Lost At Sea
Men's magazine loses $200,000 in plastic boobs.

If you're planning to take a beach vacation in the next couple of weeks, in addition to watching out for jellyfish, be on the lookout for plastic breasts!

According to The Australian, Men's magazine Ralph was shipping $200,000 of fake mammaries from Beijing to its headquarters down under, but when the container arrived in Sydney it was empty! Where are the 130,000 pairs of plastic pectoral pillows? No one knows.

The magazine was planning to give the fake tits as free gifts with their January issue, but, alas, if the breasts aren't found within 48 hours the unlucky subscribers will have to make do with Farah Fawcett posters and their imaginations.

"Unless Somali pirates have stolen them its difficult to explain where they are," said Ralph editor Santi Pintado, who issued a passionate plea to those who might be able to help. "If anyone finds any washed up on a beach, please let us know," he said.

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