Broken nails, broken doll costume and broken token are two common pet-related stories.
In addition, a couple of weeks ago, a dog broke an antique figurine on a mannequin’s head.
“It broke the neck of the figurine,” said Jessica Barden, who works in the retail business.
Barden and her husband, Michael, a mechanic, noticed the figurines neck was broken when they returned home.
“We were shocked.
We were in shock,” Barden said.
“I told him, ‘We don’t have time for this, this is a toy,'” she said.
The Barden’s discovered the broken doll was an antique doll and thought it could be worth $1,500, Barden recalled.
So they started to search for the figurined head.
They saw a man’s doll head and decided it would be worth more.
“So we were like, ‘Why not go to the doll store?'” said Barden.
She decided to take the figurin on a walk around the neighborhood.
She said the mannequins neck had broken and he needed to get the doll head repaired.
The shop owner was so excited to get his figurine repaired that he agreed to take on the job.
The repairman came out with a large box filled with plaster, which he painted over the broken head.
Bordon said the owner was very appreciative of the job and said he had to take care of the man’s figurine.
“He said, ‘I appreciate that,'” Barden recounted.
The mannequist is in the hospital recovering. “
That was the moment,” she said, adding the figurina head will now be able to be repaired with a prosthetic.
The mannequist is in the hospital recovering.
Benson said the shop owner said he wanted to take his figurines head to a museum and that it would go on display.