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A top-heavy model who wrapped her car round a tree is convinced her preposterous 38KKK Bulgarian airbags saved her from an appointment with the great cosmetic surgery clinic in the sky.

Sheyla Hershey, 32, pranged her Ford Mustang near Houston, Texas, following a Super Bowl bash. She explained: "I think my breasts saved my life. The accident was bad and my boobs are sore, but they protected the rest of me."

Hershey and her substantial assets appeared in court last Monday, where she denied a drink-driving charge, insisting that she was actually under the influence of drugs for bipolar disorder, depression, headaches and, unsurprisingly, backaches.

The Brazilian apparently holds the Guinness World Record* for the biggest pair of inflated mams, awarded when her twin peaks peaked at 38MMM. However, a life-threatening infection resulting from her 30th jub job obliged docs to whip out the implants back in 2010, and Hershey has been battling her way back to her former chesticular glory ever since.

Despite the misgivings of doctors and hubby Derek, she's gradually pumping up her funbags with saline. According to the Daily Mail, she said: "I increased slowly over a two-month period and now my breasts are back at 4,300cc of liquid and are 38KKK."

For those of you who are wondering just what it would be like to be the steering wheel of Hershey's Ford Mustang, here's the view from the dashboard:

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* A quick search of the Guinness World Records website proved fruitless, but we did find these fine examples of non-enhanced crash protectors.

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