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Rabu, 01 Juni 2011

10 Bizarre Breast Implants Stories

The snake that died of silicone poisoning after biting a model's breasts

The snake that died of silicone poisoning after biting a model's breasts
Model Orit Fox has unwittingly killed a snake after it bit her surgically-enhanced breasts and died of silicone poisoning. Fox - Israel's answer to Katie Price - was handling the normally tame snake on Spanish TV when she attempted to lick its face. Evidently finding this rather provocative, the snake reacted badly, clamping down on Fox's ample chest. Fox was rushed to hospital where she received a tetanus jab, but she suffered no long-term damage. Unfortunately the snake did not survive.

Fox is a major star in Israel and has undergone several operations to enlarge her breasts.



NOTE: several readers wrote to us to let us know that this story was a hoax. The original "News" was posted on a satirical site, called "oh no they didn't" and the "serious" news copied it. Damn, too good to be true!



The woman who had her dead husband's ashes sewn into her breast implants

The woman who had her dead husband's ashes sewn into her breast implants
A widow has had her dead husband's ashes sewn into her breast implants - so he can stay close to her heart. Sandi Canesco, 26, of Sydney, Australia, took the bizarre step after husband Dustin died in a road accident.

"It dawned on me that if I carried Dustin's cremated remains in my breast implants, I'd never really have to part with him at all," the paper quoted Canesco as saying, under the headline "Dust to bust."

The politician who raffled off breast implants to raise campaign funds

The politician who raffled off breast implants to raise campaign funds
Gustavo Rojas, a candidate for Venezuela's National Assembly, is short of cash for his election campaign. So he plans to raffle off a set of breast implants to raise money. Cosmetic surgery, especially breast enlargement, is widespread in image-conscious Venezuela, whose beauty queens have won numerous international pageant titles.

Even a recession has not diminished Venezuelans' appetite for cosmetic surgery with many people taking out loans for the surgery. Mr Rojas, of the opposition First Justice party, said that he was not too worried about the medical details of his offer. “The raffle is a financing mechanism, nothing else,” he told the newspaper. “It's the doctor who will do the operation, not me.”


The shooting victim who survived because her size D implant stopped the bullet

The shooting victim who survived  because her size D implant stopped the bullet
A Los Angeles shooting victim's breast implant may have saved her life by slowing the bullet before it reached her heart. Lydia Carranza was working at the Simi Valley dental office when her co-worker, the gunman's wife, was shot and killed.
Carranza was just a few feet away. “She's just one lucky woman,” Dr. Ashkan Ghavami said. “I saw the CT scan. The bullet fragments were millimeters from her heart and her vital organs. Had she not had the implant, she might not be alive today”.

An LAPD firearms instructor told the Times it's possible the implant interrupted the velocity of the bullet. “I don't want to say a boob job is the equivalent of a bulletproof vest,” Scott Reitz said. “So don't go getting breast enhancements as a means to deflect a possible incoming bullet.”


The blond celebrity who became a TV sensation by smashing things with her silicone breasts

The blond celebrity who became a TV sensation by smashing things with her silicone breasts
Busty Heart certainly brings a new meaning to the phrase ‘cracking melons'! With each bafflingly big boob weighing in at a whopping nine kilos, the 47-year-old, real name Susan Sykes, could probably knock out Mike Tyson. She appeared on Spanish TV show 'Donde estas Corazon?' to prove that the large fruits were no match for her large breasts.

After demonstrating on live TV the damage that her knockers can do to Coke cans and melons, you'd have to be a brave man to rub her up the wrong way. And as if that wasn't enough, a shocked nation watched in awe as Busty Heart appeared on ‘America's Got Talent'. Even jury star David Hasselhoff, who's seen his fair share of big breasts, was impressed. She'll also have won some admirers in Japan as she displayed the amazing karate skills of her 95 JJs. It's a skill that Busty has been carefully training since the 80s, when she first realized TV viewers across the globe loved watch her busting melons.



(the video may be a little NSFW, so watch it at your own risk)



The plastic surgeon who published naked pictures of his patients who didn't pay the bill

The plastic surgeon who published naked pictures of his patients who didn't pay the bill
A German plastic surgeon hunting women who never paid for their operations has produced what may be the greatest 'wanted' poster in history. He's published pictures of their enhanced breasts. He hopes that publicizing the pictures of the breasts will help police track down the women, who absconded from the clinic where the surgery took place without paying.

One of the women - who gave her name as 'Tanja' - asked to go out to get some 'fresh air' after the £5,400 (€8,000) was completed. She never came back. Michael Koenig, the Cologne surgeon after the women, said: 'The women registered under fake names. After the operations, which lasted about an hour, they just ran away,' he reported.

The woman who survived a car crash because her breasts implants acted as airbags

The woman who survived a car crash because her breasts implants acted as airbags
A Bulgarian woman driver escaped relatively unscathed from a head-on pile-up with another vehicle when her 40DD breast implants absorbed most of the impact. Elena Marinova, 24, of Sofia, pranged her motor in the northern city of Ruse. The two cars were crumpled past recognition in the crash but the woman's silicone breasts acted as airbags and saved her life. Sadly there were two casualties in the crash - her enhanced breasts. The force of the impact burst the implants, leaving her somewhat deflated.

A police expert explained: "[The implants] worked just like airbags - protecting the victim's ribs and vital organs from damage." He did, however, add: "They are not as safe as the real thing because they exploded, which airbags are not supposed to do."


The Russian woman whose breast implants exploded during a flight

The Russian woman whose breast implants exploded during a flight
A 45-year-old Russian woman found herself in need of medical treatment when her F-cup implants burst on an Aeroflot flight from Moscow to Los Angeles. Irena D's (as her name has been reported by the Russian press) ailment was not immediately obvious to doctors when she collapsed at LA airport but after a thorough examination they were soon abreast of the situation. Irena D has since had the implants removed and has been warned of the potential health consequences of further breast augmentation.

The man who got himself a boob job… on his tattoo

The man who got himself a boob job… on his tattoo
For a man to have a boob job is unusual enough - let alone to have the silicone implants not in the chest, but in the leg. But Lane Jensen's figure is now looking a little more voluptuous in an odd place after one of the most unusual operations ever. Lane, a devotee of body art already, had a tattoo of a buxom lady on his shin. But for some reason, he decided this was not quite expressive enough - so he had silicone implanted to make the etching stand out in all the right places.

Canadian Lane, editor of a body art and tattoo magazine, even sat up to watch most of the operation carried out in Edmonton, Alberta. Brian Decker, owner of the firm Pure Body Arts, carried out the strange surgery which lasted just 45 minutes - and left Lane feeling nothing more than "a small bruise", but delighted with his new breasts.

The woman who lied about having cancer and used friends' donation to pay for breast implants

The woman who lied about having cancer and used friends' donation to pay for breast implants
Authorities say a Texas woman lied about having breast cancer, watched as friends raised $10,000 as a benefit for her, and then spent it to have her breasts enlarged. At least two dozen people donated to help Trista Joy Lathern get treatment for breast cancer. The Texas woman held fundraisers, sent out fliers and received donations from family, friends, co-workers and strangers. All those who donated were told she had breast cancer and no health insurance. They were told the 24-year-old mother of two needed live-saving surgery. Instead, the money went towards breast enlargement surgery in a sad attempt to save her failing marriage.

Lathern also shaved her head to look like a cancer patient undergoing chemotherapy. Her husband, William Lathern, has now filed for an annulment of the marriage. She has been charged with theft by deception, and also re-arrested on a two-year-old warrant for theft by check.

10 coolest Facebook Inspired Product

Facebook Pillow

Facebook Pillow
Facebook is hard work, between the friend-ing and poking and tagging and stalking, so it doesn't take very long to get all tuckered out. That's where this comfy icon pillow comes in. Now you can take your pokes offline and onto this perfectly plump Facebook pillow! This is a 100% handcrafted, 12"x12" square pillow, made with the softest fleece and the fluffiest polyester filling, making it firm yet springy.

Whether on your bed or near your computer, it is perfect for snuggling after a productive day of interneting, or to pound your fists into after you've been defriended. Check out the other pillows, they make great gifts.



Facebook Like/Dislike Stamps

Facebook Like/Dislike Stamps
Addicted to Facebook? Can't stop “liking” things all over the net? Wish you could click that little thumbs up on actual paper documents? Well, now you can with the Like and Dislike Stamp Kit, the easiest way to show your co-workers that the financial report they handed is satisfactory or not looking good. Includes the “can't get this on the web” Dislike stamp. The only way to dislike something on the Internet is to print out the screen and then use this stamp to dislike it. Then file the paper. Buy it Here($14) ($10) (Buy it here | Via)


Mark Zuckerberg Action Figure

Mark Zuckerberg Action Figure
It looks like another tech CEO has been immortalized in plastic, this time it is Facebook's CEO Mark Zuckerberg. This fun Mark Zuckerberg action figure was created by Cyril Chang, who also made the Steve Jobs version, and it is being sold in a limited run of 300. The creators of this fun action figure have called it ‘The Pokin Inventor' rather than naming it directly after Zuckerberg, obviously to avoid any communication from Facebook's lawyers. If you want one they are available for $70 from MIC Gadget, I wonder how long it will be before Facebook get them taken down.


Facebook Christmas Tree Ornaments

Facebook Christmas Tree Ornaments
Add many friends the next holiday season and celebrate the things you like with Facebook ornament designs from Social Meteor. Spruce up your Christmas tree with Facebook-inspired “add a friend” and “like” ornaments. These ornaments were for friends by mounting these designs on foam core and inserting a 22.9 m steel hanging wire.

USB Mail Box Alerts of Facebook Messages

USB Mail Box Alerts of Facebook Messages
The USB Mail Box Friends Alert is a tiny USB gadget in the form of those typical American mailboxes that monitors all your e-mail and social networking accounts and will light up red or green to notify you of new messages, Tweets or updates. Additionally, you can set an accompanying audio alert and we've heard even the little flag on the side will rise up (even though you're supposed to do that yourself if you have outgoing mail).

Facebook Tattoo

Facebook Tattoo
During a trip to Hawaii, the “auto-tune” singer, T-Pain, got a Facebook inspired tattoo inked on his arm for all the haters out there that reads: “You Don't Have to Like Me”.

Facebook Like Car Spoiler

Facebook Like Car Spoiler
Spoiler alert! Someone spotted this Facebook Like spoiler in New York. Pretty cool.


Facebook Status Shirt

Facebook Status Shirt
You know when you pick out a shirt in the morning because you're really feeling similar to what the shirt says and then halfway through your day after you get pooped on by a bird, miss your train, get the wrong sandwich order at lunch, and your boss says you have to work late the whole week and come in on Saturday too, and now suddenly you're not really feeling like wearing your unicorn rainbow t-shirt anymore? Well, with the Update Me shirt, you can wear your Facebook status right on your sleeve….err chest.

The shirt uses a special “writable area” made of some sort of super mystery material (we're guessing similar or identical to dry-erase) that is compatible with the included Crayola® Washable Markers or other washable markers. Erase and update your shirt status as often as you'd like. Although it might be a little tricky to update it while you're wearing it, I'm sure you can practice writing upside down. You can even update your real Facebook status to say something like “I'm updating my t-shirt Facebook status right now”.

Facebook Adidas Shoes

Facebook Adidas Shoes
Gerry McKay brought the social network phenomenon to a different kind of apparel when he designed the first pair of Facebook shoes! Apart from the inevitable Facebook and Adidas logos on the shoe's tongue, back and side, there's a slogan printed inside of each trainer. One says “Facebook is a social utility that connects you with people around you” while the other goes “Making the world open and connected.” We think it would've been cooler if the buyer could customize these trainers with two of his favorite status updates instead. And now that we're dreaming up new features for these shoes, what about a GPS tracker that lets you check into Places, a pedometer that at the end of each day publishes the total number of steps to your profile, oh, and a “Kick” feature that allows you to take real life revenge on those who poked you.


We Met on Facebook Gum

We Met on Facebook Gum
VFF's for life, yo! Years ago there was a stigma about meeting people online but now it's extremely accepted and commonplace. Nothing could be sweeter than showing off your social networking progress than celebrating a new friend with some fresh gum. Superpoke your breath into freshness.

10 Most Amazing People With No Legs

The wrestler with only one leg who became a national champion

The wrestler with only one leg who became a national champion
Anthony Robles of Arizona State University has only one leg, but that didn't stop him from becoming the national champion in his weight class. Born with one leg, Robles took the 125-pound title with a 7-1 win over defending champion Matt McDonough of Iowa. Robles' three-day performance earned him the Outstanding Wrestler award. He took control in the first period, jumping out to a 7-0 lead with a two-point takedown and two turns that exposed McDonough's shoulders to the mat for five more points. Robles uses his gripping power on those turns. “My tilting is due because I have such a strong grip, and that's because of my crutches,” he said.


The football player with no legs who also became homecoming king

The football player with no legs who also became homecoming king
This is not Photoshop. This is Bobby Martin from Dayton Ohio. He was born with no legs and really does play football. He's also the homecoming King.

He campaigned hard for king. He placed ''Bobby Martin 4 Homecoming King" signs all over the school and gave a passionate speech at a rally that ended with him doing rapid-fire pushups that were more like handstands. At least one of his opponents apologized for running against him and even promised to vote for him.


The little girl who had to use a basketball as her prosthetic body

The little girl who had to use a basketball as her prosthetic body
Qian Hongyan, who was forced to use half a basketball as her prosthetic body, inspired millions with her ambition to compete as a swimmer in the 2012 Paralympics in London. In 2000, Qian Hongyan, was injured tragically in a car accident when she was only 3 years old. To insure her survival, the doctors were forced to amputate her legs. Qian's family, living in Zhuangxia, China, was unable to afford modern prosthetics and instead used half a basketball to get around on. Once on the ball she uses two wooden props to help her move around. She struggled to live her life with a basketball as an underprop, 'walking' between school and home by herself. The girl's story is widely reported in the country, and drew the attention of the Ministry of Public Security and China Rehabilitation Research Center.

Qian now has a pair of proper prosthetic legs, but still says she likes to use the basketball from time to time as it is easier for her to get in and out of the pool.


The man with no legs who ran the New York City Marathon

The man with no legs who ran the New York City Marathon
Lance Benson is 36 years old and was born with no legs. Yet he doesn't let that stop him. He competes in sports events by sitting atop a skateboard and using his hands to propel himself. He blazed through the 2005 ING New York City Marathon in just 3 hours and 37 minutes, and competed in the 2006 ING Miami Marathon as well.

Benson's connection with the road began as a simple workout in 2004. He is the only marathoner in the country to use a skateboard in the 26.2-mile event. For a man who, even as a child, refused to sit in a wheel chair and who, as a toddler, learned to walk in prostheses, it made sense.


The dancer with no legs who became India's Got Talent Star

The dancer with no legs who became India's Got Talent Star
A legless hip-hop dancer appearing on an Indian television reality show has become a rage with his swift dance moves and acrobatic skills. Meet 21-year-old Vinod Thakur shot to fame after performing on the television show India's Got Talent.

Born without legs, he quickly learnt how to walk on his hands at home in East Delhi. The TV show – part of Simon Cowell's global empire – carries a top prize of £68,000, a far cry from the £85 a month he earns repairing mobile phones. What's more, the economics student only started dancing five months prior to that – teaching himself by copying videos downloaded in his local internet cafe.




The woman who raises 130 Children

The woman who raises 130 Children
55-year-old Xu Yuehua, who lost her legs in a train accident at the age of 13, has spent 37 years raising children in a social welfare institute. She has brought up more than 130 children. She moves without legs by using stools; she spends her days on a pair of small stools, so the children call her “Stool Mama”. Stool Mama feels happy to take care of these children and doesn't regret doing it. Xu Yuehua, orphaned at an early age, devotes herself to raise the children at Xiangtan Social Welfare House, Xiangtan, where she shelters them. It is also the same place that helped her through her difficulties.


The man who became a skateboarder

The man who became a skateboarder
Italo Romano is a talented skateboarder who has no legs. His life and the way in which he has overcome this major obstacle illustrates how the human mind and consequently the human body can adapt quite well in the face of great adversity.




The photographer who takes pictures of people who stare at him

The photographer who takes pictures of people who stare at him
When Kevin Connolly was ten years old his family took him to Disney World, but for some theme park visitors that day, it was Connolly who quickly became the main attraction.

Born without legs, Connolly was already used to the stares of strangers -- but that moment would help him start to understand that the lens could work in both directions.
On a solo trip to Europe, more than a decade later, he felt a man staring at him. Connolly lifted his camera to his hip, shot pictures of that man. Connolly would repeat that action 32,000 more times during his travels, creating a diverse portfolio of individuals from a broad assortment of countries. He posted some of these images online, under the title "The Rolling Exhibition."

While gratifying artistically, it's also an unsettling position for the 22-year-old Montana State photography student. Connolly has spent most of his life shrugging off the perhaps well-intentioned, but ultimately dismissive, stereotypical role of the "inspiring" physically-challenged individual. A prosthetics manufacturer created a custom body shoe for him that looks like a leather bowl covered on the outside with a rubber tread for traction. Connolly uses the device to protect and cushion his torso during most of his activities.

But Connolly learned something else during his photographic odyssey. Many of the people he met, did not wait for him to explain the reason for the absence of his legs. Instead, they automatically supplied their own narrative, suited to their own environment or personal sensibilities. For example, while traveling in New Zealand a woman asked Connolly if he was the victim of a shark attack. In Romania some people thought he was a beggar; at a bar in Montana a man bought him a beer and thanked him for his service, believing Connolly was a wounded veteran of the Iraq War.





The man who climbed the Great Wall of China

The man who climbed the Great Wall of China
A man who lost his legs in a train accident climbed the Great Wall of China in 2006. Huang Jianming from China's southern city of Shenzhen had both legs amputated in 1994, after he fell out of a speeding train carriage. Measuring 85 centimeters in height and weighing 39 kilograms, Huang calls himself a "half man," since he has become half the size of an average person due to his accident. He climbed the Great Wall for two hours by using the sheer strength of his arms, pushing himself up the cobblestoned steps in front of hundreds of bemused tourists.

The accident totally changed Huang's life. Without legs, his wife deserted him when he lost his livelihood, but the man from China's Sichuan province remained determined to live a normal life. He began practicing calligraphy and became a traveling street artist, roving through more than 20 Chinese cities in ten years.

"I hope when these tourists see me, a half man, climbing the Great Wall and enjoying being a real man, they will think about themselves."




The man who became an acrobat

The man who became an acrobat
The remarkable Eli Bowen was born in Ohio on October 14, 1844 as one of ten children. While his siblings were physically average, Eli was born with his disproportional feet attached directly to his pelvis. In essence, Eli Bowen was a man born with feet but no legs.

Despite his physical configuration, or perhaps because of it, Eli strived to live an extraordinary life. He wanted to be an acrobat. Eli learned early to use his arms and hands to compensate for his lack of legs. Eli would hold thick, wooden blocks in his palms and use them as ‘shoes', elevating his torso in order to walk on his hands. As a result of that process as well as steady farm labour Bowen developed enormous strength and even in adulthood he was able to navigate his 140 pound frame anywhere he chose. He started his professional career at the age of 13 in various wagon shows before eventually touring independently, performing in dime museums and finally touring Europe with Barnum and Bailey Circus. He garnered a reputation for being a magnificent and effortless tumbler and acrobat and for his phenomenal feats of strength.

Billed as ‘The Legless Acrobat' Eli Bowen was known for his remarkable tumbling abilities but was applauded internationally for his extraordinary routine known simply as ‘the pole routine'. While Eli stood only twenty-four inches in height he had no reservations about climbing a thirteen foot pole in order to balance on a single hand at its peak. Gripping the pole Eli would stretch his torso straight, parallel to the ground, and spin around the pole. Eli would then hold himself parallel to the pole using only his right arm. The routine not only displayed Bowen's strength, but was also unusually graceful. Soon, Eli Bowen was commanding a salary of over $100 a week. As he grew into adulthood, Eli Bowen also became well known for his handsome looks and, at one point, he was considered by many to be the most handsome man in show business.

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