Scott Hardie | November 10, 2001
In Sydney, Australia, a grieving widow says she has had her husband's ashes sewn into her breast implants. A newspaper reports that she made the decision after her 26-year-old husband, who she had just married, was killed in a car accident. She’s quoted as saying, “It dawned on me that if I carried his cremated remains in my breast implants, I'd never really have to part with him at all, because then he and I would be one and the same.”

Matthew Preston | November 25, 2001
Someone told me once... or I read it somewhere or saw it on tv or something... That when people are creamated, they are burned with 6 - 10 other bodies at the same time. When it is all over, the remaining ashes are shared between the families urns. If this is true, it means that she could have 6 - 10 people's ashes in her boobs.

Scott Hardie | November 26, 2001
There's a letter to Penthouse Forum in this somehow.


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