In a parody of the children's story The Pied Piper of Hamlin, a handsome young man walks into the city hall of a small town to collect his reward after he rid the place of all its rats -- he convinced them to jump off a cliff by the thousands with his flute.
The mayor opens up a large case of money then pulls out just a bill for the piper as he and his assistants all laugh maniacally.
The Pied Piper then opens his shirt, sprays his bare chest with Lynx and suddenly the skeptical female assistant tears off her glasses and lets down her hair for him. Suddenly, every single woman in town -- nurses, female mechanics, brides, women in business suits and even female aliens -- follows him too.
As the perplexed mayor watches from afar, one of his aides suddenly and inexplicably puts his hand on the mayor's shoulder, and offers a little kiss to the now truly frightened old man.