Kowloon Restaurant's tiki man was returned unharmed five days after he was abducted.
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Stolen Kowloon tiki man returned unharmed

SAUGUS — Five days after a wooden Tiki man was abducted from Kowloon Restaurant, he was returned to the parking lot unharmed.

Bobby Wong, who owns the Route 1 restaurant with his siblings, said the decoration went missing Saturday night. While on social media, he found a photo of the statue buckled into somebody's front seat. The statue is two-and-a-half feet tall and weighs about five pounds. It carries a watermelon on top of its head and wears a grass skirt. 

Wong, who appreciated that the thief secured his friend with a seatbelt, decided to have some fun with the misfortune. He created a missing poster advocating for the tiki man's safe return.

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