Magazine Finds Its 130,000 Missing Inflatable Breasts
Publishers of Australian men's magazine 'Ralph' feared they had lost 130,000 inflatable breasts intended as a free gift for its January issue -- but they have finally been found.
The breasts had gone missing from their shipping container while it was on route to Sydney from China.
The magazine issued a plea for anybody who found them washed up on a beach, and even joked that maybe pirates had taken the items worth more than $125,000.
"Unless Somali pirates have stolen them its difficult to explain where they are," editor Santi Pintado said. "If anyone finds any washed up on a beach, please let us know."
However, it now turns out that it was all a paperwork mix-up. 'The Australian' newspaper reports that a mistake in Beijing led to them being put on the wrong ship, and the breasts have actually been waiting on the docks in Melbourne for a week waiting for someone to pick them up.
"If we'd found them a day later, it'd have been too late to get them on the next issue.' So that's all good then; the story has a happy ending... Breasts for everybody!," said an ecstatic Pintado.
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