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Fake Boobs Banned In Outer Space
« on: Mar 30 06 02:46 »
 No, not the kind of boobs that run Microsoft or Enron (those are real boobs), I mean the kind of fake boobs we all know and love. I guess this means Britney Spears and Paris Hilton are Earthbound forever.
[hr style="width: 100%; height: 2px;"][font style="font-weight: bold;" size="5"]Boob jobs get space ban[/font]
[span class="black12"]From LISA MINOT
Travel Editor, in Dubai[/span][/p][span class="norm12"]WOMEN with boob jobs may be banned from Sir Richard Branson’s space flights — in case their breasts EXPLODE.  Bosses fear that implants may expand and burst due to cabin pressure — which will be lower than on normal planes.[/p] More than 157 people have paid £115,000 each to zoom 400,000ft above Earth on the Virgin Galactic space “shuttle”.[/p] Spokesman Will Whitehorn said yesterday that the trip would be safe for 80 per cent of people.[/p] He said: “We’ve discovered there may well be issues with breast augmentation. We’re not sure whether they could stand the trip — they could well explode.”[/p] He added that those with heart or circulation problems might also be ruled out.[/p] The first trips are due in early 2008, it was revealed yesterday at the launch of Virgin Atlantic’s new service to Dubai.[/p] The shuttle will be about the size of a corporate jet and will have room for only seven or eight people — who will all have to wear “NASA nappies” as there are no loos.[/p] The craft will be lifted up by airliner from the Mohave Desert, California. before its rocket fires passengers into space for the 2½-hour journey. After test flights, Sir Richard and his family will be the first people to go up and see Earth from space and experience weightlessness.[/p] Celebrity passengers include former Dallas actress Victoria Principal. Virgin is also in talks to get 75-year-old Star Trek actor William Shatner, who played Captain Kirk.[/p] It is hoped the fare will eventually tumble to £42,000.[/p][a href="http://www.thesun.co.uk/article/0,,2-2006140349,00.html"]http://www.thesun.co.uk/article/0,,2-2006140349,00.htm[/a][/p][/span]  
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