£45,000 of dildos and butt plugs stolen in ‘largest theft of sex toys in history’

FT London via Facebook

Okay… who’s responsible for this?

A sex toy company from London is appealing for help after more than £45,000 of its merchandise was stolen in a heist during the Venus exhibition in Berlin, Germany, one of the world’s leading erotic trade shows.

Fun Toys London explained in a post on Facebook that the team was wrapping up after a “successful” time at the exhibition on Monday 16 October when they discovered that all their sex toys had been taken by thieves.

They also shared photos of the empty boxes that were left behind following the heist.

“Only the brochures, bags and two boxes with testers were left,” they explained.

“When our representative was away for 5 minutes to meet the police at the entrance, another four boxes were stolen! This is the largest recorded theft of sex toys in history.

“What is amusing is that not a single tester went missing during the days of the exhibition!”

Related: No seriously, this is how much you could earn as a sex toy tester…

Fun Toys London filed a police report following the incident, but claim they haven’t been allowed access to security camera footage of the day, and accused the exhibition’s managers of being “unhelpful” towards them.

“Since the sex toys are specific product, further sale by the thieves is quite difficult,” they continued. “Please inform us if you receive an offer to purchase FT goods from an unauthorised seller.”

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Posted by ft london on Wednesday, 18 October 2017

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