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Police are searching for a woman who had sex with a headless T-Rex at a children's theme park.

Ladies, times are tough. The world can be a lonely place. But even at your very worst, pray to God you are never moved to have sex with a headless baby dinosaur statue at a kids' tourist attraction. Unfortunately this advice comes a little late for a mystery woman in Devon, UK, who was photographed from behind at the Exmouth Dino Trail as she pulled up her skirt, mounted the prehistoric lizard, and went to town.
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