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A Florida woman who was set upon by her ex-fiance's knife-wielding new squeeze survived the attack thanks to one of her Bulgarian airbags, according to this report.

The unnamed victim was assaulted outside her former boyf's apartment in Melbourne, Brevard County, and allegedly stabbed "repeatedly in the left side of her chest" by her ex's new squeeze.

The shaken 41-year-old recounted: "It happened so fast. I'm like, 'Put down the knife.' I look down, and I was covered in blood."

She was also covered in the saline from one of the implants she'd received three months ago, courtesy of jub job specialiast Dr Frank Filiberto, of the magnificently-titled Artful Awakenings surgery.

Filiberto reckons the $6k enhancement surgery probably saved his customer's life. He said of the saline mambooster: "When you stab it, it gives a little. It probably gave and couldn't get through it, then it went through it and couldn't go through the back wall. She would have had a collapsed lung or [the knife would have] hit her heart."

Evidently eyeing potential business from other women keen to sport knife-proof chesticles, the sawbones concluded: "I encourage everyone to get them for safety reasons." ®

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Thanks to Chris Hunter for the tip-off.

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