A woman from NY placed a hidden camera on her chest in order to seize all of the fellas – and ladies – eyeing her knockers as she pranced through the city.
Whitney Zelig, 29, sported a low-cut top and strolled through Manhattan taping in order to witness how many persons stole a peak at her boobs. It’s safe to say that, by the finale, New Yorkers were at least cognizant of her knockers. There is a pertinent message here, though. The notion was to produce a footloose video that urges females to check themselves to attempt to detect breast cancer early.
Breast cancer is much more treatable if it’s found early. The video displays Zelig walking around for a bit and, in that short time, just about everyone she passes gives a quick glance. That includes males, females, superheroes (no, for real) and – in one instance – even a dog.
The footage then delivers the critical message, concluding with the caption: “Ladies, don’t forget to check out your own breasts too. Early detection saves lives.” Accordant to National Breast Cancer Foundation statistics, over their lifetime, in the USA 1 out of every 8 women will formulate breast cancer. In the United Kingdom, 1 in 7 women in their lifetimes will be screened with breast cancer, accordant to Cancer Research UK. That’s a massive number of women. Although, not all those cases turn out fatal. As the clip’s caption says, if the cancer is discovered early, the survival chances are a whole lot better.
To view Zelig’s titillating video … click HERE.
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