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A silicone-enhanced Swede has added mud wrestling to the list of activities it's best to avoid if you've had a jub job, after dislodging one of her implants during a reality TV show.

"Buxom" blonde Lina Hellqvist was competing in Djungelns Drottning ("Queen of the Jungle") as one of ten "beautiful big city girls" when she suffered the mammary mishap.

The contestants were apparently dumped in a jungle and then had to "find their way back to civilisation" via a series of challenges. For reasons likely linked to ratings rather than jungle survival, these include mud wrestling, which proved the undoing of Hellqvist's right chesticle.

The 24-year-old recounted: "It was totally insane. It just burst. The other girls were also worried and wondered what was wrong. It was really unpleasant."

Hellqvist is now awaiting a Bulgarian airbag relocation procedure. She said of her rogue implant: "It feels really bumpy and bubbly."

The first of ten episodes of Queen of the Jungle hit the small screen on Wednesday. Over the next couple of months, viewers will be able to watch the participants learning vital skills, including using hairspray to light a fire and attempting "to get their hair straighteners started without electricity". ®

And the IT angle?

Hellqvist is apparently a blogger. That's good enough for us.

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