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A Russian woman sporting a fine set of F-cup chesticles required urgent medical treatment when the Bulgarian airbags responsible for her enhanced assets burst during a flight to Los Angeles.

According to Pravda, 45-year-old Irena D was en route from Moscow to California (aboard an Aeroflot Boeing 767-300, in case you're wondering), when she felt a bit poorly. She then collapsed at LA airport, after which doctors took a while to pinpoint the cause of her malaise.

One sawbones said: “The flight per se could not damage the implants. Most likely, she already had problems with them before, and the implants burst because of the pressure differential on board the plane."

The woman was obliged to spend her entire holiday in bed, minus the offending silicone implants. She was advised that further breast enhancements could have serious health consequences. ®

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