All over the country, Chainsaw Barbies are being searched out and snapped up as part of our Barbie treasure hunt. St Ives, Hexham, Dundee, Malvern, Scarborough, Newtown, Loughborough – they've all been invaded by malevolent mannequins who, not content with savaging Indonesia's rainforests, have gone awol across the UK.
Nearly 140 Chainsaw Barbies have been captured already but that means there are still several hundred out there waiting to be found. Check the Barbie Hunt map to search for ones nearby, go looking and once you've found one, follow the instructions on her tags to join our crack Barbie Investigation Bureau. Sadly, from reports I've received, it sounds like some have wandered, never to be seen again, but keep looking. Or you can make a Chainsaw Barbie of your very own.
Some of the Barbies which have already been found are popping up on Facebook, gathering around the bureau page. And the comments I've received from the people who found them are well worth reading, if only to see what amazing people Greenpeace supporters are:
"The Barbie I found in Malvern was broken apart, hair was scorched, and scattered around the library garden's shrubbery, but I found all the pieces apart from one leg!"
"I CANT BELIEVE I JUST FOUND RATTY BARBIE! Had to scurry round the pub garden in my checky pyjamas in the rain hahahhaha :)"
"She was very naughty when we captured her and tried to saw down a few trees on the way home. But we restrained her and she won't be causing anymore trouble now."
"When we found her, she was trying to fix her chain saw which had stopped working as it got so wet in the rain. She is now safely in custody in our cat's basket, we have drained the fuel out of her chainsaw so that she can't cut her way out! Would you like a photo of her in her holding cell?"
"This is awesome and a very important cause, but my Barbie is nekked!"
"Found Barbie with a big white and gold dress. My brother wants to know where 'Killer Ken' is, so he can join in the hut too?!!?"
"Found dismembered under the tree (we only found one leg, the head and the clothes). Fortunately the tags were left too."
"This was fun! I went round Edinburgh on my bike looking for Barbies in four different locations before I found one!"
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