Saturday, November 9, 2013

Man Who Had Chest Implants For A BET Over 17 Years Ago Wants To Keep Them For LIFE

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A man who had chest implants for a bet 17 years ago has confessed he loves them too much to get rid of them.

Brian Zembic earned himself a cool £62,000 when he agreed to go under the knife for the cosmetic surgery in 1996 and keep his new implants in for a whole year afterwards.
Under the terms of the original wager, it was also agreed Brian would pocket £6,200 for every additional year on top of that.


And he adapted so well to his new man b**bs that he’s stuck with his new look ever since and his wife Anita doesn’t seem phased by it.

“It’s a normal part of my life. It really is, as sick as it is, it’s normal,” he told Inside Edition.
The Canadian-born magician also admits that after nearly two decades he is worried about what might happen if he were to remove them now.

“I don’t want them to start sagging too much because they’ll get disgusting,” the 51-year-old added.
“When I take them out, they really are going to look like wet socks with bosoms in them and that’s what I’m more afraid of.”
His 13-year-old daughter Mika says that despite reservations, she has finally got used to it confessing that with his synthetic additions he can play both parental roles.
“It gets the bills paid,” she said. “It’s a little weird obviously but I guess you could say now he’s like my mom and dad.”

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