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A Taiwanese woman was sporting a brand spanking new breast implant this week after her previous joy bag was punctured in a freak bee stinging incident.

The apine dive bomber attacked the 31 year old last month as she was riding her motorcycle while wearing a low cut dress, Ananova reports. Despite the fact that saline implants are supposed to withstand pressures of 200Kg, the woman said her right breast “disappeared” in just two days.

Subsequent investigations showed the saline from the boob propper-upper had leaked as a result of the bee attack.

The surgeon who reinstalled the girl’s right Bulgarian air bag put the incident down to the fact that she was “very skinny” which meant the skin on her breasts was therefore very thin and prone to puncturing when attacked by enraged pollen collectors.

He has now advised her to avoid acupuncture in future, and, curiously, yoga.

Funnily enough, the attack comes just months after Taiwanese scientists were left scratching their heads over the sudden disappearance of millions of honey bees. It is not known whether the country was playing host to the Bulgarian air bag business council at the time.®

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