Top 5 Bizarre Breast Implants Stories. These bizarre stories are all about breasts. You are not going to believe most of these bizarre breast stories!
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 (as her name has been reported by the Russian press) has since had the implants removed and has been warned of the potential health consequences of further breast augmentation.
4. Bullet Proof Boob
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 she got shot. “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”.
A Bulgarian woman was saved by her 40DD fake breast in a car crash. Sadly there were two casualties in the crash – her enhanced breasts. The force of the impact burst the implants. A police expert explained: "The implants worked just like airbags – protecting the victim's ribs and vital organs from damage."
2. Dead don't do us part…
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," according to Canesco. From dust to bust…
1. Worse than just an itch
Sarah Wall had two breast implants after a double mastectomy. When she got bit by a mosquito one day, she barely felt it but after a few weeks the size of her boob quadrupled. She went to the hospital where doctors got an entire pint(!) of poison out of the mosquito bite. Experts told Sarah that the implant had exploded after the bite and had caused an infection in the tissue around it. Luckily, doctors were able to undo the damage that the explotion cost…