Paris, France (CNN) — A man in France was stripped of 300 euros when a robber distracted him with her breasts, authorities say. Police say on August 7, the man inserted a card into a cash machine in central Paris to withdraw money when two young women approached him and asked for money. The women waved a newspaper at the man in an attempt to distract him, but the technique didn’t work. So the women tried another strategy: One of them bared her breasts while the other took the opportunity to withdraw 300 euros, police said. The women fled and have not been identified.
This is not good news for the men of earth. Can you imagine if this catches on? It's the perfect crime. What's the old saying? Ingenuity is the mother of necessity? Bingo. I'm not sure what was going on with the orginal plan here of distracting this cat by waving a newspaper at him. Like we're dumb ladies but we're not that dumb. Unless you use the sports section.....or the comics. But when that didn't work these women thought on their toes and said, "hmmmmm, what would distract this guy just long enough to snatch his bank?" Boom. Flashing. Not only did it work but this guy had like a -25% chance of identifying either of these chicks once the authorities arrived. Flashing is as good as that neuralyzer in Men in Black. This guy's brain just went on screensaver and before he knew it he was down 300 euro. Which is what like $5,000 at this point? In any case I fully expect to be reading new stories about this chicks everyday. This just seems unstoppable to me. A crime spree the likes of which Al Capone would be proud of is on the horizon. Book it.
PS: I've never been robbed, but my guess is it is not a good feeling. But this guy also got flashed so it's pretty much a wash right? Like yeah I got some of my loot stolen but at the same time you don't get flashed at the ATM everyday. Even Steven.
*ESPN's website must have installed some kind of new flash that our computers at work can't handle. Which isn't shocking considering I'm still using Word Perfect to type these blogs. I tried 27 times to read the Brewers recap and each time I got as far as clicking "MLB" before the site crashed. I even SENT an error report and nothing. So I was forced to read actual news all morning. Like did you know about this oil spill? Madness.