Night club offers boob jobs

2013-03-30 13:27
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Johannesburg - Tiger Tiger clubs countrywide and Strawberry Lips Tequila are offering one woman a chance to win a R30 000 boob augmentation on Saturday night, according to a report.

Tiger Tiger's marketing manager Kim Grieve said the clubs in Durban, Cape Town, Fourways and Pretoria would host the "biggest National Cleavage Day event to date", Saturday Star reported.

"One of our marketing ladies suggested the idea of giving a lady who [has] already decided - for their own personal reasons - to get a breast augmentation, the opportunity to do so this National Cleavage Day," Grieve was quoted as saying.

"We realised that this is definitely something that is in demand and could be well received for someone who already has decided they want this procedure."

According to the report, club-goers are invited to drink Strawberry Lips Tequila to gain an entry card in a promotion that runs from 20:00 to 01:00.

The club that sells the most of the drink will get to draw a winner from entries at that club.

The winner would be announced at the club and is allowed to make all her own decisions on the augmentation.

Grieve added that they would not force someone to enter the competition or to get the surgery.

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