A Florida woman paid $20,000 to enhance her cleavage via a third boob in a totally shocking surgery — check out the pic and find out why she did it!
Jasmine Tridevil (not her real name) is a 21-year-old massage therapist from Florida who paid a whopping $20,000 for a boob job. No ordinary boob job, she paid an anonymous surgeon to implant a third breast in the center of her chest. Along with the reasons you’d expect (attention), Jasmine had one other surprising reason for getting the unusual surgery.
Jasmine Tridevil: Woman Gets Third Boob In $20,000 Surgery — Why She Has 3 Boobs
“I got it because I wanted to make myself unattractive to men,” she told Orlando’s Real 104.1. “Because I don’t want to date anymore. Most guys would think [the extra breast is] weird and gross.”
First of all, that’s an amazing reason. Second, however, we’re not so sure that getting a third boob is a way to deflect male attention, but we applaud her $20,000 effort.
Jasmine Tridevil Angling For A Reality Show On MTV
Jasmine has made no secret of the fact that she’s looking to get famous off of her newest appendage. She hired a camera crew to follow her around, reports Huffington Post UK, in the hopes of pitching a reality show to MTV.
She has also shared tons of photos on her Twitter and Instagram, even hashtagging them with “#MTV” in order to gain the network’s attention.
“It was really hard finding [a doctor] that would do [the surgery] because they’re breaking the code of ethics,” Jasmine told real 104.1. Indeed, she had to contact over 50 doctors before one would finally agree to do it. “He made me sign a non-disclosure agreement as he was scared he’d get in trouble.”
Unsurprisingly, Jasmine’s parents are not thrilled by her transformation. “My mum ran out of the door,” said Jasmine. “She won’t talk to me. She won’t let my sister talk to me. My dad… he really isn’t happy. He is kind of ashamed of me but he accepted it.”
So, HollywoodLifers, what do you think? Would you watch a reality show starring a woman with three boobs? Let us know!
— Amanda Mitchell