Madame Butterfly, let me in your house of pleasure
One of the results of money from the heist is a steady supply of women. The passion of the heist itself can be represented by a woman allowing Cheeba access, letting him “steal” the inaccessible treasure.
Madame Butterfly is a play in which an American navy officer takes a Japanese mistress while deployed, leaving her for years afterward. Cheeba similarly uses the heist, taking what he needs and hiding out. He also wants a casual woman, whom he can see when he wants but otherwise ignore.
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