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 Summary

After meeting Kulilin, Gokū sets out with his new acquaintance to find what Kame-Sennin accepts as "hot". Both fly over the landscape on Kintoun; Kulilin, who cannot ride normally, has to be pinned by Goku. The boy insists that Gokū fly lower because if he doesn't hold on, he will fall to the ground. Gokū tells him that all he needs to do is stop thinking bad thoughts and he too can ride the cloud. As they fly, Gokū notices a person on the ground and asks Kulilin if the person was a type of turtle hermit. Kulilin looks down and angrily tells Goku that the person below them is a man; However, Gokū is amazed that Kulilin can distinguish genders by sight. When Gokū tells Kulilin that he can only tell the difference by patting their crotch, Kulilin quickly tells Gokū that he is a man.
Meanwhile on the ground, a girl flees from the police on her motorcycle. After the chase, the officers frantically fire at the girl and call for her to stop. The girl bites the pin off the grenade and throws the explosive behind her, taking out one of the pursuing cruisers with the resulting explosion. Giggling, he drives straight down the cliff and continues his flight. Cops remain in pursuit. The woman switches to a new weapon and pulls out a sawed-off shotgun; he pumps the gun, readies it to fire, and grins mischievously. However, hair tickles her nose, which makes the girl sneeze. The force of her sneeze throws her off the bike and she crashes. High in the air, Gokū and Kulilin are still searching for the women to no avail.
On the ground, the girl underwent a transformation; her hair and eyes darkened. The police tentatively approach the young woman, armed. They call her "lunch" and tell her not to do anything; if he moves they will shoot. However, lunch doesn't seem to know who the cops are and backs away in fright. Frustrated, they say she should know who they are. However, Lunch is still distraught and screams for help as the police move in to arrest her.
Gokū hears the screams and asks Kulilin if they should save her. Kulilin says rescuing her would be a great thing, but he's not sure they could handle the cops with guns. However, Gokū decides if rescuing her is the right thing to do then they should do it, and descends, jumping off the Kintoun and landing neatly in front of the police. The police are understandably confused and ask who the new arrivals are. Gokū says they are here to save the girl, but Kulilin hides behind a boulder and denies any involvement. The police become very irritated and tell Goku that even though he is a child, he will not be exempt from arrest if he interferes in their affairs. However, Gokū quickly dispatches the hapless officers. Lunch is grateful and asks how he can repay their kindness. The two manage to convince her to go with them to the Kame-Sennin when she is seen riding the Kintouna with them towards the Kame house.