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Owner of Russia's biggest breasts sues over airline buffeting
Business class seats turned implants into airbags
The owner of Russia's biggest silicone breasts is suing an airline after a combination of turbulence and skimpy business class seats forced her professional assets to double up as airbags.
Model Irene Ferrari is demanding €100,000 in restitution after the buffeting on a Moscow to Zurich flight left her key business assets bruised and painful, Pravda reports.
Ferrari says she always flies business class, so that she has ample space for her enhanced cleavage. They are of course business assets in their own right.
However, on this particular flight, she claims, the business class flights were no different to an economy seat.
When the craft hit turbulence, she was thrown forward. While her professional assets protected her from the danger of broken ribs, she has been left with other painful, if unspecified, injuries.
She is demanding €100,000 to ease away the pain and cover the cost of a ruined vacation.
Her lawyer reckons they have a pretty good case, as apparently there lots of witnesses to her accident. Which often seems the case in implant-related traumas.
It's not the first time Ferrari has had to resort to chesticular litigation. She sued a US airline last year after an implant burst on a flight, and has also sued the doctor who fitted her original implants. ®