The Australian men's magazine Ralph planned a promotion with their January issue: they were going to insert inflatable breasts as a gift. That's not likely to happen now, because the shipment of 130,000 boobs was lost at sea. Literally lost, since no one seems to know what happened. They were there when the ship left Beijing, but not when it arrived in Sydney. Some tiny island along the way might have a beach just waiting for a party, or pirates might be sleeping on them. Any guilty parties should step forward quickly, since Ralph's parent company is already in debt to the tune of $4 billion dollars, and they really can't afford to eat the $200,000 these boobs cost. You can leave your confession in the comments.
But wait! This might be some kind of blessing or cosmic karma. What if you were on the high seas in the western Pacific and a storm destroyed your boat? Having thousands of little round life rafts drifting in the ocean would not only be a lifesaver, but also a rather pleasant picture for the news when you are found.