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By Will Stewart for MailOnline. A woman has had her breasts removed after a cheap boob job using petroleum jelly and performed by a friend of a friend left her deformed, infected and in agony. The shocking case has been highlighted by a Russian campaigner against cosmetic surgery abuses, Alana Mamaeva, 32, amid an alarming rise in such horrors. She is pictured recovering with Dr Oleg Vedrov after the jelly was removed. The woman, from the Caucasus region of Russia, said: 'I agreed the procedure with my husband. She then underwent the back street boob job without anaesthetic in her own home, having six jars of jelly injected into her body. Pictures show the appalling consequences of the botched procedure, which has left the woman needed to have her breasts reconstructed by a cosmetic surgeon. Yet the catastrophic consequences became clear after she gave birth.
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Activists accused the advert of body-shaming women - with officials declaring the Akvilon Invest advert breached advertising laws. However, the ruling added that an "expert council found that the advertisement points to physical defects in women small breasts. It previously advertised flats as being cheaper than "renting" alongside an image of a woman undressing. You can find our Community Guidelines in full here. Want to discuss real-world problems, be involved in the most engaging discussions and hear from the journalists? Start your Independent Premium subscription today.
Breast size varies on average from country to country, with Russia coming out on top, along with Sweden, Finland and Norway in terms of who has the biggest bust. Women in these countries average breasts laerge than a D cup. Experts at Target Map have worked out the average cup size for women across the world - and the results are surprising. Proving good things come in small packages, 92 countries measured on average at an A Cup. Target Map.