An inflatable sex doll named Missy was launched into space by Inc, reportedly one of the worlds largest distributors of adult products.

Missy, just before she blows. (Credit: Inc)

Missy, just before she blows. (Credit: Inc)

Missy launched from Burton Creek State Park in California, just west of Lake Tahoe, using a 4.5 pound balloon filled with approximately 300 cubic feet of hydrogen. She climbed to more than 100,000 feet above Earth at a rate of 1,400 feet per minute.

The Huffington Post explains, “It wasn’t until Missy’s helium balloon (cherry) popped at 102,000 that she began to fall to earth, and be ripped to shreds by the atmosphere somewhere over the Nevada desert. We guess she found her G… force.”

As random as launching sex toys into space seems, I think it’s a much better idea than launching animals into space. Yeah, I’m looking at you, Iran . . .

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