Crossdressers Always Do It Better

December 5, 2008 / Posted by:

The following story is about crossdressing criminals and the mug shot above is my favorite full-length mug shot of a crossdressing criminal. It fits.

Yesterday at Harry Winston in Paris, two fancy-looking couples strolled into the joint and began browsing the merchandise. It didn’t take employees long to realize that the fine ladies were actually dudes dressed in wigs and dresses. All four dudes whipped out their guns (sounds sexy) and forced 15 people including employees and customers into a corner.

The crossdressers and their boyfriends then started loading their bags with necklaces, broaches, rings, watches and any other shiny expensive shit they could get their satin covered hands on.

I mean, those cross dressers better have been wearing full-length black satin gloves or that would be a crime in itself. I also hope that they draped the jewelry all over their body while performing “Diamonds are a Crossdresser’s Best Friend” for the entire store.

Anyway, it only took them 20 minutes to snatch $108 million worth of jewelry. It’s the biggest jewel theft in French history and the second biggest in Europe. Police say the robbers are probably headed for Eastern Europe to sell their booty on the black market.

This shit is like Thanks For Everything, Julie Newmar meets Rififi! I bet you Hollywood is already working on the movie version of this shit starring Tommy Girl and Johnny Travolta, of course.

I need security footage of this shit right now! I’m sure it’s hot, but I don’t know if it could beat the footage of the crossdressing man who robbed Burger King a while ago. Clip below:


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