A 45-year-old male Muscovite has recently perpetrated quite an unusual felony. Apparently, the man could not handle the storm of hormones in his body in the beginning of the spring season and stole a rubber doll from a Moscow sex shop, the press service of the city's Internal Affairs administration said.
The director of the robbed sex shop reported a theft to the police. According to the director's story, an unidentified man entered the shop and stole a rubber dole and erotic lingerie, threatening the salesgirl with a knife. The director evaluated the damage at 10,000 rubles (about $300). The police are currently investigating the incident. The salesgirl of the sex shop said that the thief was wearing a brown jacket, dark trousers and sunglasses.
Criminals attack sex shops in Russia almost as frequently as grocery stores, for example. Someone robbed a sex shop in the city of Vladivostok, the Far East. The thief was not interested in sex toys. The assaulter sprayed pepper gas in the salesgirl's face and stole 3,000 rubles from the shop ($100). The money apparently satisfied the man's needs. However, a dozen or two of dildos would have made the plunder much more profitable: they are quire expensive little things. Police officers believe that the thief was a drug addict, who was seeking money for another dose.
A group of unidentified people attacked a sex shop in the city of Cherkassy, Ukraine, in the middle of February. The criminals broke the showcase and stole a variety of specific products (dildos, vacuum vaginas, etc). The crime became a bewildering incident for the local police: they do not know why the criminals needed such a large amount of sex toys.
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