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A Scottish woman is giving companies the chance to "rent her cleavage" to advertise their logo, web site or slogan.

More-than-ample Angel Brammer, 27, from Greenock in Scotland, got the idea after a US man touted his forehead on eBay earlier this month as a suitable place for a temporary tattoo.

Says Angel in her eBay listing for ample 42GG breasts: "No longer restricted to USA based advertising, you can now rent my CLEAVAGE for a period of 15 days, during which I will display your company logo, slogan or web-site address in the form of a temporary tattoo you will supply to me.

"I'm an ample size 42GG, and I usually wear low-cut tops. I am renting the top part of my cleavage (the part which is legal to display) for you to put your company's logo upon. During the 15 days, I can have photos taken of me, with your logo, in front of any of the popular landmarks in Glasgow, or our nation's capital."

Angel told the Greenock Telegraph that she had already had some enquiries, although a number were a bit mucky.

One wag wrote to Angel asking if "we can bid on one-half or do we have to take both as I only have a little logo?"

"Don't worry if it's a small logo," she replied. Bless her.

Anyhow, despite being upfront about her intentions, there are restrictions to the offer.

"Your logo [must] be no larger than 9 inches wide, and 5 inches tall. Also, I cannot advertise any sectarian, or racial logos, slogans or URL's which point to such sites. Also, if the content is of an 'adult' nature, it must be censored to ensure that it is legal to display in a public area. Logo content is at our discretion."

At the time of writing, the bid for Angel's chest had stalled at £30. The auction is due to finish on Monday. ®

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