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GAME OF PRESIDENTS
By Neel Anil Panicker
‘Sir, there seems to be a problem. Something suspicious is showing up’.
Singapore Airport Officer Alphons Rodrigues peered into the computer screen that reflected the results of the X-ray machine.
Then peering out he looked at the woman__middle aged, narrow crinkly slit eyes, pale yellow skin__as she extricated the suitcase from the outer bay and walked towards the check out counter.
“Excuse me Madam but would you mind stepping aside”.
He had never seen such perfectly crafted busts.
He inspected them one by one.
An African, another two who, given their dusky colourations and slit eyes resting on near oval faces could have been from any of the South Asian countries, probably Indonesian or Singaporean, he wildly guessed, a pair that looked liked twins, one Briton, and one more, who had an eerie resemblance to a pre-teen Donald Trump.
All six of them, they looked lifelike; their eyes shone bright, the skin flawless sans wrinkles, the cheeks oh so perfect and flawless, the hair, exquisitely coiffured.
Satisfied albeit a bit amused, Alphons green signalled the woman.
An hour later and in her hotel room, Angga Bintam Aldi smashed little Trump’s head onto the floor and out fell a pouch full of fine grain cocaine.
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