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Is there statistical evidence indicating that Are fat people arekidnapped less frequently kidnapped?

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Is there statistical evidence indicating that fat people are harder to kidnapless frequently kidnapped?

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Are Is there statistical evidence pointingindicating that fat people are harder to kidnap?

It is in the t-shirtsThis has been (1)on T-shirts, it is in the minions meme(2)in a Minions meme, itand even hit some Q&A sites(3)some Q&A sites. :

Fat people are hard to kidnap.

While the bB-flick method of kidnapping (knock'emknock 'em unconscious and then carry the mark) obviously is obviously harder the more onethe victim weighs, it is still something seemingly in the joke territory.

AreIs there evidence pointingindicating that fat people are less frequent victims of kidnapping, compared to fit/lean people?

Are there statistical evidence pointing that fat people are harder to kidnap?

It is in the t-shirts(1), it is in the minions meme(2), it even hit some Q&A sites(3).

Fat people are hard to kidnap.

While the b-flick kidnapping (knock'em unconscious then carry the mark) obviously is harder the more one weighs, it is still something seemingly in the joke territory.

Are there evidence pointing that fat people are less victims of kidnapping, compared to fit/lean people?

Is there statistical evidence indicating that fat people are harder to kidnap?

This has been on T-shirts, in a Minions meme, and even some Q&A sites:

Fat people are hard to kidnap.

While the B-flick method of kidnapping (knock 'em unconscious and then carry the mark) is obviously harder the more the victim weighs, it is still something seemingly in the joke territory.

Is there evidence indicating that fat people are less frequent victims of kidnapping compared to fit/lean people?

3 There might be evidence other than statistical evidence
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