Wednesday, July 16, 2008

Uber-creepy fake babies in the news:

Frantic rescue effort saves doll, not baby

Ms Cernik said last week's case of mistaken identity mirrored a similar incident in the US when the window of a new Hummer was broken by police trying to rescue a "baby" that turned out to be a doll belonging to the owner's wife.

Selling for up to $1000, the painstakingly hand-painted dolls were so lifelike with eyelashes, fingernails, milk spots and wispy hair that they were constantly fooling people, Ms Cernik said.

1 comment:

intensely teething on pablum biscuit said...

Watch out for those insidiously real-looking fake babies...they bite!