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Barbie hits a billion dollars at the Box Office and bicycle burglar befriends a golden retriever…Is This Anything?

This image released by Warner Bros. Pictures shows Ryan Gosling, left, and Margot Robbie in a scene from "Barbie." (Warner Bros. Pictures via AP)

In a world where plastic reigns supreme, Barbie has proven that she’s more than just a pretty face. The iconic doll has flexed her cinematic muscles and marched her way into the billion-dollar club at the box office. With a flair for reinvention, Barbie’s latest foray onto the silver screen has captured hearts and wallets alike, cementing her status as a billion-dollar blockbuster sensation. Fans and critics alike are left in awe as Barbie struts her stuff, proving once and for all that she’s not just a toy, but a cultural phenomenon worthy of the big bucks.

In a heartwarming twist of events, a tale of canine camaraderie and unlikely friendships is stealing the spotlight. In the strange realm of criminal activities, a bicycle burglar in California took a moment to pause and bond with a charming golden retriever before committing a theft that was all caught on camera. The security footage shows the thief preparing to make a speedy escape on an expensive electric bike when the family’s golden retriever saunters out, leading to an unexpected pause. As paws and human hands intertwine in an unexpected gesture of connection, the audacious thief can be heard declaring his admiration for the dog, sealing the deal as perhaps the first-ever case of a doggone adorable burglary interruption. The San Diego police, armed with heartwarming footage, are banking on the public’s assistance to collar the charming thief and restore harmony to both the streets and the hearts of dog lovers everywhere.