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Wednesday December 3rd, 2008
ImageIn a report that could well have been culled from an old Benny Hill news sketch a shipment of over 130,000 inflatable breasts has been lost at sea. The pneumatic mammaries were en route from China to Australia where they were destined to be given away as free gifts in the adult magazine Ralph. A spokeswoman for titular magazine has stated that the novelty breasts left Beijing in a container a fortnight ago but the container turned up empty in Sydney this week.

With an estimated value of £100,000 this is a major loss to publisher ACP. Ralph’s editor, Santi Pintado has been quoted as saying. 'Unless Somali pirates have stolen them it’s difficult to explain where they are… If anyone finds any washed up on a beach, please let us know.' He added that unless the glamour girl giveaways were retrieved within 48hrs it would be too late to include them in the scheduled January issue.

It is thought the blow-up boobs could also be a hazard to shipping as they could easily be sucked into water intakes. It is also stressed that if anyone finds them, under no circumstances should they be used as life jackets… no matter how appealing it might seem.
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