Thieves Break Into Sex Toy Warehouse, Stealing Butt Plugs, Ben Wa Balls & More

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This video proves the lengths that men are willing to go for sex.

While everyone was out grilling hotdogs for their toasty buns over the Memorial Day weekend, two thieves were thinking about an entirely different set of buns when they robbed luxury sex toy company, LELO's Las Vegas warehouse.

It's a given that we all love us some LELO, but these fellas were willing to go the distance to get 'em and get off — taking over 30,000 LELO Hex Condoms (I suppose we ought to be grateful that they care about safe sex?)  — during their first trip to the warehouse, which had closed early for the holiday weekend.

But, we're well aware that this is one of those things that's bound to cause you to stare down your calendar hoping this is a hilarious April Fools joke, but nope!

And to prove it, we've got the video footage captured by the sex toy warehouse's security cameras right here. Be warned: this sh*t is WILD.
 

 

The first robbery took place at 7:45 pm (PDT) on May 26, after their US warehouse had already shut down for the long weekend. However, I have to wonder how the hell they were so certain everyone had already left for the weekend and there weren't one or two straggler employees hanging around.

 

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Maybe it's a given that everyone would be rushing out to get into a little kink of their own to kick the long weekend off right? Perhaps just not as much kink as these two were planning on getting into. 

But according to LELO's U.S. President, Pavle Sedic, they may have been aware of the unprotected status of the warehouse and thus took advantage of the fact that LELO didn't hire any extra security on Memorial Day weekend because that is no easy feat. 

"Two raids in less than 24-hours is pretty shocking, but everyone knows it’s close to impossible to get additional security during Memorial Day weekend, and the thieves obviously realized that. They seemed to have a very clear idea on what they were looking for."
 

And, things only got wilder when they returned the following day, May 27th, around 10:30 a.m. (PDT), and rammed the loading dock gate in with a rental car. 
 
According to a LELO rep, the second video shows one man inspecting the products (who knew being thorough was a luxury reserved for robbers?) and then snatching up 30 LELO Hugos (a vibrating butt plug), which sell for around $200 dollars each. 
 
Moments later, one of the men returns for a box of 48 Luna Beads —  the company's variation of modern ben wa balls — and an additional unidentified box of goodies. 
 
The Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department didn't arrive at either scene until after the men had already made their exit. Unfortunately, I can't imagine we'll find out what the two men wanted with all this sex gear (toys and what not) until they're caught.
 
As of right now, the police have not given any leads but say they are doing all that they can to find the pair of sex toy bandits. 
 
If these two goons are lucky enough, they'll just be able to keep the butt plugs and condoms for whatever jail cell they find themselves in — if not soon, then definitely later.
 
 

After all, it was the company's US president who said, "At this stage, we’ll be happy if the thieves just use the condoms themselves." So, they might not be opposed to letting this these gentleman hold onto a couple hundred or two in case they want to share some custom made toys with their bunkmates. 

I mean, it's obvious that sexual health is of high priority for these guys.

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