If ever there were a story that proves naysayers right about the perils of socialized medicine, it’s the story out of merry ol’ England of the young woman who received taxpayer funded breast enhancement surgery.
As bad as that may sound, it turns out she has changed her mind.
The United Kingdom’s National Health Service approved 23-year-old Josie Cunningham for the $7,000 surgery because being flat-chested caused “emotional distress.” Her breast size was enhanced from a 32A to 36DD.
“I could never go on holiday as I lived in terror of ever being seen in a bikini and could never set foot outside without a padded bra,” the poor dear said at the time.
After the surgery, Cunningham said her new boobs changed her life, adding that she “can’t wait to do topless and swimsuit photo shoots and become the new Katie Price.”
“I want the world to see the new me and I want money and fame just like Katie —and my new boobs can make it all happen,” she said.
Tragically, the Katie wannabe discovered that she is unable to find modeling work due to the negative attention surrounding her artificial boobs.
So the mother of two — speaking of tragedies — is asking taxpayers to foot the bill for her implants to be removed and reduced, according to the Mirror.
“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,” she said. She also thinks that the NHS is responsible for this surgery as well since it provided the means for the first one.
As it is, Cunningham alleged that people, presumably taxpayers, would follow her in the street, calling her a slut and demanding their money back.
You can’t make this stuff up.
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