Big boobed woman wears hidden camera in her cleavage and clocks 30 people checking her out for breast cancer awareness

The Sun 1 month ago

A WOMAN who wore a hidden camera on the button of her shirt caught 30 people checking out her boobs, in a bid to raise awareness for breast cancer.

The woman, from New York, fastened a hidden camera onto the button of her top, before walking around the city to see how many times she was checked out by members of the public.

The woman attached the hidden camera to the button of her top

Heading out, she was first spotted by a waiter, before a man walking through Central Park with his girlfriend is also caught staring.

His girlfriend – clocking that her partner had been checking out the woman – was not impressed and gave him a tug on the arm to divert his attention.

Meanwhile, two men pushing prams were also caught out, while a butcher is even seen gawping with his mouth open.

The woman continued to get a lot of attention in the subway and even a person dressed as the Statue of Liberty took their sunglasses off for a closer look, as well as a man dressed as Batman and someone in a Cookie Monster costume.

One waiter couldn’t help but stare
Even the Statue of Liberty was caught out
One man got a telling off from his girlfriend
This man couldn’t stop gawping

At the end of the video, 30 members of the public were spotted checking the woman out.

“Ladies, don’t forget to check out your own breasts, too,” the clip reads.

“Early detection saves lives.”

This week, we told you how a woman visiting Scotland has thanked an Edinburgh museum after a “life-changing” exhibition uncovered a hidden breast cancer.

Bal Gill, 41, visited the Camera Obscura & World of Illusions with her family in May and got a photo from the museum’s thermal camera.

The attraction, installed in 2009, lets visitors see heat spots all over their body and Bal, from Slough, noticed a red patch around her left breast.

She researched the thermal imaging while still on her three-day trip to the capital, finding that it has been used to help find cancers in the USA.

After returning home to Berkshire, she made an appointment with her doctor and was diagnosed with breast cancer.

In other news, we told you how CoppaFeel! founder Kris Hallenga revealed why it’s important to maintain a can-do attitude when dealing with cancer.

We also revealed Nicole Scherzinger says men with moustaches are ‘better in bed’ – as she joins celebs to support Movember.

And we showed you the grandma, 73, who lost four stone and got ripped in one year after her daughter teaches her how to use her iPhone.

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