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Two Eastern European women last Saturday relieved a Parisian of €300 by using a cunning jub-based attack on their hapless victim.

The man was intercepted at a bank in Paris's 6th arrondissement by the pair of female ne'er-do-wells, one of whom demanded cash and tried to distract him using a newspaper as he extracted wonga from the cashpoint.*

The exact nature of the newspaper ruse is not noted, but it evidently failed, since one of the women then flashed her jubs at the man and "put her hand between his legs", as Le Parisienne puts it.

Her accomplice quickly swiped the chap's 300 bucks, and the two breast bandits legged it. They have not yet been identified, either facially or mammarily. ®

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* EAOE, in this case. The schoolboy French isn't what it was, mes braves.

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