Little Lleyton was at Ben’s house to play a tournament for Sady’s foundation, the 'Australian Best Woman Bake My Day Competition.' Sady didn’t have a tennis court at home so she asked Ben if they could have the tournament at his house. For this special event, scores were replaced with the word bake. Whoever won got a cake. The score was bake-bake-bake. Ben needed two more bakes to win.
"Yes! I win the cake!” said Ben. “I will put it in my bedroom and close the door so a thief won’t steal it.”
A mouse got in and stole the cake, and when Ben found out he got so mad that he called the Cake Cops. All of the alarms at the Cake Cops HQ made a racket. Alexandra watched the Cake News on TV and ran to Ben’s House. Alexandra was Sady’s older sister. She was worried about Sady dying because there might be cake bombs. Cake bombs might look like lollies but they are real bombs which explode inside cakes. The Cake Cops arrived at Ben’s house and started interviewing Ben, Sady and Little Lleyton. The Cake Cops couldn't find any clues. Ben felt destroyed and Sady felt awkward but Little Lleyton had a crush on a girl dwarf, so he didn’t care. He was not a care bear at all.
All of the Cake Cops went back to their HQ. They turned on their cake computers and started looking for the thief. “I’m close”, said one of the Cake Cops. His computer was flashing, then beeped. “Got him!” said the cop.
He got his partner and they got in their cake car. They drove to a forest and saw the mouse standing next to a stump, his face covered with cake. They were too late. The cops told Ben but he didn’t care because he had a crush on Alexandra and had forgotten about his cake.
Little Lleyton ended up going on a date with the girl dwarf at Papparitto Pizza. He spilled a glass of wine on her. The girl dwarf dumped him and said “YOU ARE NOT A USEFUL PIECE OF TECHNOLOGY!” Little Lleyton replied with a “C’MMON!!!”
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