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Case File: Ares vs. Helios

Police Reports

Case Description: Complainant (Ares) accuses Defendant (Helios) of being super nosy and not minding his own business. When Helios saw that Ares was having an affair with Aphrodite, he wasted no time in breaking the news to her husband Hephaestus. Hephaestus then used his skills as blacksmith to create a golden net that ensnared the lovers, catching them in the act.

Case Status: Dismissed. Come on, Ares, you knew you were up to no good.

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