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Boobs, Boobs, Boobs! The Bigger the Better?

Can one really be addicted to boob jobs? One glamour model claims to be.

Sydney native Sarah Marie Summer first went under the knife at the tender age of 17. Since then, the 23-year-old has had two more surgeries to increase her bust 18 sizes. But now Summer wants more. A lot more.

Summer’s three surgeries have taken her from an 8A to a staggering 8M. She now suffers from extreme back pain, rendering certain everyday tasks extremely challenging—but claims not to regret a thing. In fact, Summer is interested in having a fourth breast augmentation operation.

Summer’s claim to fame is having Australia’s biggest synthetic breasts, but for her, they’re simply not big enough. She’s even prepared to dismiss medical advice to achieve her fantasy of larger breasts.

Summer recently sat down with Woman’s Day and addressed the criticism and stares she receives on account of her bust.

“I don't think people believe that this is actually how I want to look,” she explained to Woman’s Day. “I want to look silly and I want to be huge. They make people smile and that makes me happy, so that can't be a bad thing.”

But can it be a bad thing for her bank account and general health? Summer claims that her first breast enlargement brought the size 8A model to a 10C and cost in the neighborhood of $13k.

She was not completely satisfied and quickly started saving up for her next procedure in the summer of 2013 that boosted her to a 10DD. What was Summer’s reaction to her new developments?

“'I had mixed feelings after because they were still not what I had imagined,” she told Woman’s Day. “They were just not big enough so I decided to go again.”

Summer had a bit of a struggle actually securing a surgeon, who would agree to and prepare for her third surgery due to health concerns, but she eventually went in for her third augmentation surgery.

Summer decided to go for the largest augmentation option available, which gave the model the massive size of 8M. Her road to recovery, as predicted, was not easy.

“The skin stretched so much I had blisters and they got infected,” she explained to Woman’s Day. “I was on antibiotics and I was allergic to them. I was really sick. I wasn't healing and they wanted to take them out but thankfully I turned a corner.”

Despite her physical limitations and restrictions, Summer claims that she has never been happier.

“Driving is hard,” she commented to Woman’s Day. “I had to learn how to dance again and I often knock things over with them, or knock my drinks and spill it all over them.”

One assumes the breast is yet to come.

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