Maybe you shouldn't have accepted this job. It seemed like a good idea at the time. Easy money. Just a nice, relaxing trip down to the islands to meet an informant. Your only task was to find the right spot on the beach, have a few drinks, and maybe give him a couple of Google Pixel cases to sweeten the deal. Your Google Pixel case has held up to the abuse of countless missions without so much as a scratch, and everyone knows it. These cases are as good as gold when you need to pay a bribe (but they’re a lot easier to carry).
You noticed the first sign of trouble when your contact didn't show up to the beach on time. There were plenty of people there: beautiful women, charming men, elderly fishermen, and even a few children playing in the water. That was all well and good, but the only contact on the beach was a lens someone dropped.
You decided to give him a little extra time to show up. Other spies might have worried about sand getting into their electronics and ruining their gear, but you knew your Google Pixel case would keep your data safe. Your patience ran out after the third margarita, so you decided to step out of the sun to give mission control a call.
Good thing you did. As it turns out, the local authorities got word of your contact selling phone cases on the gray market. They didn't object to the sales, but they did object to him selling them without a license, so they dumped him behind bars. But you would never let a little thing like that stop you from getting information.
You pull your Google Pixel case out of your pocket. A few quick taps bring up a map of the city and you find your way to the prison. It's a long walk, which gives you time to come up with a plan. You're not sure that you need one, but the last time you went on a mission without a plan, you found yourself in a blimp over Madrid. That's the kind of mistake you only make once.
Luckily, your simple plan was more than enough. You walk up to the guard and slip a couple of Google cases into his hand; he suddenly decides to take a bathroom break. You approach your contact and he immediately tells you everything. He probably thought you'd break him out of prison, but you don't have clearance for that sort of mission. After all, no good can ever come from buying a case from a less-than-reputable dealer.
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