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Madonna promotional cut-outs 'disappear'

Promotional life-size cardboard cut-outs of Madonna have sparked a thieving spree across Hong Kong by fans of the star, according to reports.
The 1.6 metre-high two dimensional replicas of the singer advertising her 11th studio album Hard Candy, which was released last week, have gone missing from record stores in the country.
Ten of the 30 displays in Hong Kong have been stolen over the past week, but Madonna's record company Warner insists it will not raise the matter with local police.
Kevin Wong, vice president of Warner Music Asia says, 'We have had people ripping off posters before, but stealing cut-outs certainly takes some guts.'



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