It is midnight on a quiet, romantic beach in the outskirts of Tallinn. Couples are sitting in their cars whispering sweet nothings under a full moon; an idyllic moment. Suddenly, the tranquility is shattered as a new sports car drives past the lovebirds at full speed, leaving a dust cloud, and abruptly screeches to a halt. Instantly, four army-clad people run out of the car in different directions, each with a flashlight and each methodically looking everywhere; in dustbins, changing cubicles, and around light posts. After 30 seconds one yells, “Got it!” and everyone runs back to the ca...
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