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Headless Child Mannequins Paint Disturbing Picture

Headless Child Mannequins Paint Disturbing Picture


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A nameless department store in Wellington is seeking to lure parents into its classically furbished environs and get them to part with their hard-earned dollars through utilising headless mannequins. Commuters on the Number 44, 02, 11 and 23 routes sit in shock (those that aren't standing) as small plastic figures attempt to paint pictures they'll never see – because they have no HEADS!




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Whilst the headless mannequins look good in their trendy tween isnpired gear – one question remains- will the cool kids clobber look so good when worn with a head?

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The wee fellows above hang on to their ladders for dear life- knowing that should they slip it's an afternoon on the cold department store floor (see blow).

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