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Fleeing Purse Snatcher Drops Breast
Police in Port St. Lucie are on the lookout for a cross-dressing purse snatcher who accidentally dropped a condom filled with water after grabbing a 74-year-old woman's purse. He had been using the condom as a fake breast. That's weird enough. What I can't understand is why he was using a water-filled condom. Wouldn't a regular balloon have worked better?

Though questioning the fashion decisions of a cross-dressing purse snatcher is surely an exercise in pointlessness.
Categories: Body ManipulationFashionLaw/Police/Crime
Posted by The Curator on Thu Sep 04, 2008
A condom is probably less likely to break than a regular latex balloon. You certainly don't want your breast to pop and leak on you.
Posted by Tah  in  Idaho (Yes, Idaho)  on  Thu Sep 04, 2008  at  12:58 AM
For the last time, people. If you know you'll have to run, you don't:

a) Wear high heels
b) Wear anything that might go "pop" on you.
c) Eat within the last 45 minutes
Posted by MikPal  in  Finland  on  Thu Sep 04, 2008  at  03:57 AM
I have a friend, he's a prize winning female impersonator and he only uses condoms filled with either a silicon gel mix or some kind of gelatin in a pinch. He says its easier to form, stronger, more flexible and fits a bra much better...
Posted by jGrrl  in  JeannieGrrl.Com  on  Thu Sep 04, 2008  at  02:14 PM
Plus the condom offers a huge nipple which would stop all men in their tracks.

Excellent for an easy escape.
Posted by Madd Maxx  in  New Orleans  on  Thu Sep 04, 2008  at  04:48 PM
Like Maxx, I was thinking it would make a better nipple.
Posted by Maegan  in  Tampa, FL - USA  on  Thu Sep 04, 2008  at  05:45 PM
Condoms are very sturdy. Several European armies use them as water containers (fact!).
Posted by LaMa  in  Europe  on  Fri Sep 05, 2008  at  05:05 AM
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