VG found the story of Stine Marie Bringsli and her seat belt problems after a boob-job worthy front page coverage in on their online paper. Ms. Bringsli, shown at the left, demonstrating how the seat belt would slide up and strangle her within two seconds, got a ticket from the police for not using the seat belt mandatory. Basically, she had breat implants and wearing the seat-belt the normal, mandatory way wouldn't work for her, partly because the enlarged breasts would make the belt slide up to her neck and partly because her nipple where too sore and tender after the operation (anybody but me who sees these two arguments as mutual exclusive?). So she opted for wearing the seatbelt over her tummy and under her arm. Which the police didn't like, and since she didn't have a medical statement for her problem, she was issued a ticket. Which she found unfair, due to her "medical condition".
I got three comments about this story:
2. Is the news week so slow that this is worthy front page coverage?
3. I try to be open minded and not stereo-type (glamour) models as mindless bimbos. Why do they keep doing that sooooo difficult for me?
...and I'm not going into the whole cosmetic surgery debate, female rolemodel, etc, etc.