Australian magazine loses 130,000 inflatable breasts
An Australian lads' mag has lost 130,000 inflatable breasts after its shipment of blow-up chesticles from China went missing in transit on the journey from Beijing to Sydney. The publishers of Ralph had hoped to indulge in a pre-Christmas fun bag give-away, but the current whereabouts of the pneumatic knockers remains a mystery.
Ralph editor Santi Pintado has asked readers to get in touch if they happen to spy a shoal of inflatable devil's ear muffs anywhere off the Australian coast: "Unless Somali pirates have stolen them its difficult to explain where they are. If anyone finds any washed up on a beach, please let us know."
As The Register notes, the mystery of the missing mammaries brings to mind the 30,000 plastic ducks that washed off a cargo ship in the early nineties and later turned up on beaches all over the world.