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A Singapore nightclub has launched an initiative which rewards gals with free booze depending on the size of their chesticles, the China Times reports.

The OverEasy club decided to launch its "Fill My Cups" promotion to punt events featuring Oz DJ DCUP. Cheryl Ho, spokeswoman for the venue's owner, explained: "It was really a play on the guest DJ's name. When we heard that it was DCUP, we decided to give the event an added spin."

One man and one woman have been tasked with assessing customers' assets. Ho said: "They are not boob experts, and neither are they from a bra company. They are our personal friends who will simply guestimate as to the women's bra cup sizes. We don't condone touch tests."

The rewards for a jub guestimation are one free drink for an A-cup, two for a B-cup, three for a C-cup and a free bottle of vodka for D-cups.*

The mamtastic promotion has provoked a mixed response. One local 19-year-old woman said: "I think the concept is funny but I would not degrade myself by being a part of it."

Dana Lam, prez of the Association of Women for Action and Research, slammed it as "demeaning", adding: "I'd laugh at the silliness if I didn't know better. Women should think twice before popping themselves in there."

One woman who apparently had no problem with popping in there was student Lek Ning, 20, who described herself as "rather proud" of her C-cup mams, and said the idea was "hilarious". ®

Bootnote

We leave it to readers to guestimate quite how many bottles of vodka the club will have to hand over when Bulgarian airbag platform Jordan, aka Katie Price, rolls up to the door.

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