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Boob-Jobs Free on NHS

A prospective glamour model, 23-year-old Josie Cunnigham sparked public outrage when she had her 32A breast size surgically increased to a 36DD on the Britain’s publicly funded National Health Service, to the tune of £4,800 / US$7,150.

Written by Chris White

She acquired the public funding after claiming that she was being bullied due to her flat-chestedness, thus warranting the treatment on psychological grounds.

However, only 6 months since the operation the young mother of two has claimed that the implants are too big and wants them reduced in size – again it seems at taxpayer’s expense.

Cunnigham, like before is now claiming that the NHS has a responsibility to pay for the operation on grounds of psychological need, by saying that the new bust has made her too self-conscious and is preventing her from finding modelling work.

Complaining in the pages of a fashion magazine Cunnigham shamelessly declared: “They’re making my working life difficult. They’re so big I find them embarrassing and I don’t feel I can do any modelling because they’ve attracted so much negative attention. Adding: “I’m thinking about having a reduction on the NHS. I don’t want to spend my life being known as the girl with massive NHS boobs, so having smaller implants is the only option.

I’m looking in to charities that could help, but I think it’s down to the NHS because they made them so big.”

Speaking of the horrifying experiences she had had for undergoing the procedure free, with public funding Cunnigham told journalists: “People followed me in the street shouting ‘We want our money back s**t, it was so upsetting.”

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