HER BUM: ‘ANOTHER DIMENSION’
For a Swedish blond expanding her posterior is definitely not a pain in the ass.
Natasha Crown, 24, is seeking the “world’s biggest bum” and has had three Brazilian butt lifts in the last four years to underscore that desire.
“My bum is like another dimension,” she told Botched producers. “I have broken chairs from my butt, I have broken beds, I have broken people.”
Crown was once slender but now prefers a curvier look.
“I knew the more fat I have, the bigger my bum’s going to be. So I decided to gain a lot of weight,” she said. “I love to eat. I gained 20 kilos (44 pounds), and then I did the second surgery.”
Besides the bum lifts, she’s had a boob job and fillers in her chin, lips and cheekbones.
“My goal is to have the world’s biggest bum, and nothing is going to stop me from achieving my goal,” she said.
CALL HIM GOLDFINGER
Like James Bond supervillain Goldfinger, a Vietnamese businessman is so obsessed with gold he wears 13 kilograms of the stuff wherever he goes.
Tran Ngoc Phuc, 36, also carries around five bodyguards to protect himself — and his gold.
Phuc went viral when a series of YouTube videos captured him showing off his plunder, including a huge gold necklace, bracelets and rings.
The gold is worth an eye-bleeding 13 billion Vietnamese dong — or about $550,000.
Alyssa Breanne Zebrasky’s spider-senses weren’t tingling when cops in Ohio busted her for theft and possession of narcotics and drug paraphernalia. We suppose our heroine believed she wouldn’t stand out in the crowd at Walmart.
RAPUNZEL! RAPUNZEL! LET DOWN YOUR HAIR!
Real-life Rapunzel Alena Kravchenko is a salon-shy beauty who hasn’t had a haircut in 28 years.
The 33-year-old Ukranian stunner admits she sometimes trips on her lux locks that are now two metres long.
“There is nothing more beautiful in the world than a woman with natural, flowing hair,” she told local media, adding that her hair was at her knees by her early 30s.
Now, for convenience, she sometimes puts her flaxen hair in a bun. And the mother of two little girls hopes her kids follow in her footsteps.
“It’s now become a bit of a treat to let my hair down, because it is far more comfortable, as in a bun it can be quite heavy,” Alena said.
ONCE BITTEN, TWICE SHY
Meet the mayor of Vampireville.
Daley Catherine and Logan South have set up their own Dracula-inspired community of fellow vampires with both insisting they are real.
And they even have their own network in Texas.
The blood-sucking duo avoids sunlight and live huge swaths of their lives in the dark after waking up around 3 p.m.
“I go to bed around 7 or 8 a.m. and wake up around 3 or 4,” Daley told the Daily Star. “I usually check social media and emails first while having breakfast, then go feed and spend time with my wolfdogs as the sun sets.
“Lunch is usually around 8 or 9 p.m. with dinner anywhere between midnight and 3 a.m.”
She said there are an estimated 50,000 vampires in the U.S. and the couple’s group has 60 members that meet for blood and cheese once a month.
And they do drink blood.
“Being a vampire is something one is born with and awakens to later in life,” Daley said. “While we do sometimes enjoy partaking in a vampire lifestyle, it is not the same thing as being a real vampire.”
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