Early this morning, the Pudoro Police Force was in a ruckus when a bald-headed man claiming to be the masked man behind the robbery attempt at Dong’s Gold and Jewelry Center rushed in and sank to his knees. “I was wrong! I was wrong! Just take me in!” wailed the man, tears streaming down his smooth, gleaming cheeks.
A week ago, the city’s largest jewelry center was robbed in the light of day. Dong’s employee managed to ward off the robber with her quick wit and reflexes, and the center was left unscathed. Although many passerby witnessed the incident, the case remained unsolved due to insufficient information. That is, until Rabber, the name of the aforementioned baldheaded man, surrendered himself, alleging to be the masked robber.
With a heavily laden crime record, Rabber was a mountain thief who had escaped from Taiho several years okay. After a recent visit to Pudoro Island, Rabber was duly impressed by the prosperous and flourishing city, and a robbery plan formed in his head. An interesting thing to note is, although the police had posted Rabber’s pictures (requested from Taiho and other countries) everywhere, the real person looked nothing like it. Upon closer examination, all of Rabber’s hair, brows, lashes and even his beard were gone. He later admitted that the stocking he had used to mask his face was the latest product launched by Pudoro Corporation—Smooth and Silky. The product had boasted easy and pain-free hair removal in a matter of seconds.
According to the police, Rabber had arrived at their front desk in sheer desperation. “We don’t have these kind of products up in the mountains. With my beard gone, how can I return there without being ridiculed? Please, I surrender. It was my fault. You can do whatever you want with me, but help me get my hair back!” he had said.
For this reason, the Pudoro Police Force commended Pudoro Corporation for aiding their capture on the Grand Forest Theft, and is even considering using the hair removal product as a way of threatening potential suspects. Feyne, spokesperson for Nestree, said they were happy to have been of help but nevertheless reminded users to read the directions and side effects prior to using the product.
After a painful lesson, the Grand Forest Theft became an unusual spokesperson for Hair Now, Gone Tomorrow. Looks like this will spark another huge craze!