Sunday, September 16, 2007

Breasting the High Seas: Australian Navy Paying for Sailor's Breast Enlargement Surgeries

I'm not really sure why beast augmentation surgery would be considered necessary health care for military personnel. In fact, it seems a bit nuts.

Australia's opposition Labor Party has questioned the need for female sailors to be given breast enlargements paid for with public money.

An armed forces spokesman defended the operations, saying they were carried out for psychological reasons, not to make sailors "look sexy".

Brigadier Andrew Nikolic said the "holistic needs" of service personnel were considered under defence policy.

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