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Sex Doll Saved From Drowning By 18 Cops (VIDEO)

Huffington Post     First Posted: 07/23/12 05:11 PM ET Updated: 07/24/12 11:38 AM ET

The phrase "inflated body count' took on new meaning for 18 cops in China's Shandong Province who worked together to save a sex doll they thought was a drowning woman.

The incident happened July 11 when officers responded to a report that there was a lady in distress in one of the province's rivers. The crew worked frantically for nearly an hour to rescue the woman, according to Digital Journal, and in the process, attracted a crowd of about 1,000 curious, excited and anxious spectators to the scene.

It took more than 40 minutes before the officers were able to recover the pleasure toy.

After confirming that they had indeed run around in a panic for nearly an hour over trying to rescue someone's blow-up girlfriend, the police presented it to the anxious crowd, who quickly covered their children's eyes and walked away, according to RocketNews24.com

No word on how the sex doll got in the river in the first place, but the Times of India reports that Shandong is an important center for producing sex toys in China and supplies them across the globe.

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