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Man Attempts Coitus With Shop Mannequin: Jordan Washing Hair

by | 3rd, February 2014

An employee of the David Goldsmith factory sandpapers the curves of a mannequin before applying a coat of paint in New York, July 7, 1942. David Goldsmith operates a factory which makes realistic window models of pretty girls for the display of clothing and hats. That in itself is not unusual, but when he places the nude figures in his show window for all the world to see, he invites the wrath of reformers and the curious stares of passersby. During the Lindbergh baby kidnapping case, he was almost arrested by policemen at the George Washington Bridge. They stopped his car and in a routine search uncovered the plaster model of a blonde-haired boy. One of them mistook the model for the Lindbergh baby and with a drawn gun collared Goldsmith. (AP Photo/Bob Wands)


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