Model Scores State-Funded 36DD Implants After Convincing Doctor Her Itty-Bitty Tiddays Caused ‘Emotional Distress’

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An aspiring model received a $7,000 tidday job bought by the tax payers!

Model Gets Implants From Government

Via The Sun reports:

Josie, 22, had a £4,800 implants funded by the taxpayer after telling her doctor that being flat-chested was causing emotional distress.

The Leeds telesales girl said: “My new boobs have changed my life, now I want to be the new Katie Price.”

Despite earning just £9,000-a-year in telesales, Josie has made several trips from her Yorkshire home to get used to the celebrity lifestyle in London nightspots.

But last night critics angrily blasted the op which boosted her bust to an eye-popping 36DD as a “waste” of taxpayers’ cash.

Josie had implant surgery at St James’s Hospital, Leeds, in January after telling her doctor that being flat-chested was causing her emotional distress.

She said: “My GP referred me for the operation because I wasn’t just flat-chested — I didn’t have a chest whatsoever.

“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 doctors said they’d never seen anything like it and believed me when I burst into tears and told them it was ruining my life.”

Josie, previously a 32A, added: “My new chest has changed my life. Now I can’t wait to do swimsuit photoshoots and become the new Katie Price.

Josie confessed: “I was never depressed about my flat chest and wasn’t teased at school about it.

“I just got emotional when I was explaining to my GP that I felt I couldn’t live a full life the way I was — and he agreed to refer me for implant surgery.

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