Strange B&E May Signal Growing Practice Area

Police are chasing a man in Cairns, Australia for breaking and entering into a store and stealing their toys.  He’s suspected of several break-ins at a s similar store in the city.

But these stores aren’t for kids.  They are adult sex shops, and the product he has been stealing are inflatable dolls.  After using the toys from the store the suspect disposed of them in the alley.

The owner of the store, who declined to provide his full name, said,

He has been taking the dolls out the back and blowing them up and using the dolls and leaving them in the alley. It is totally bizarre.  It is a real concern that someone like that is out on the street.

Police do have several clues they are following that distinguishes the suspect:

  • He seems to have a crush on a particular model, “Jungle Jane”
  • His preferred method of entry is to squeeze through tight holes
  • Despite always cleaning up after himself, the suspect has left unspecified samples of DNA on the dolls

As strange as the story may sound, there is a vinyl lining in it for lawyers worried about how the economy is going to affect their work prospects.

Robert J. Ambrogi claims the adult entertainment industry continues to make a buck even in the worst of times.

He notes a recent conference, in Las Vegas of course, that included a panel on adult entertainment law, which overlaps with areas of obscenity and free speech, zoning, labor law and record-keeping.

Even more interesting was that the media reported there were more lawyers in the audience than on the stage.

According to Ambrogi,

Lawyers, it appears, can make a decent living from indecency, even in a recession.


They caught him.

1 Comment on "Strange B&E May Signal Growing Practice Area"

  1. If you leave it in the hands of your lawyer, it’ll never stand up in court…

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