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Christmas is just around the corner, and if you've still got that one last awkward person to buy for then why not consider splashing out on this not at all terrifying Justin Bieber-look-alike sex doll.
The dolls, which are on sale at AliExpress, will set you back £1000. Now, that might sound a bit pricey, but buyers can choose the penis size ranging from seven to nine inches, apparently, so when you put it like that, who can afford to not have one, eh?
Can you imagine the look on your loved one's face come Christmas day when they unwrap this and shout, 'its just what I've always wanted'?
The male sex doll is not an official likeness of the Canadian pop-star, of course, but fans are falling over themselves to get their greasy paws on one, reports the Sun.
I mean, hairstyle aside, I have to admit that I don't really see the likeness. But that's maybe because I'm so creeped out by the thing that it's lost on me. Who knows.
According to the dolls description: "This sex doll is made from the most advanced medical thermoplastic elastomer material (TPE) with a full metal skeleton.
"The doll's inner structure is metal skeleton and joint, it can flexibly do all sorts of different sexy poses.
"This sex doll's pretty face is sculptured by an experienced sculptor."
So, arguably, in many ways, better than a real person.
The doll is fully customisable from the skin tone, to the colour of the finger nails and hair and will be discreetly shipped to customers, which is probably a relief.
The doll stands at 160cm (about 5ft 2in) so it doesn't quite measure up to the real deal, but I'm sure fans won't let that put them off. At this point, I'm wondering what would put them off to be honest.
The site also promises that the doll can be used for three years, or longer, 'subject to daily usage habit and maintenance'. And on that note, I'd like to say, that's enough Internet for one day folks.
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He recently revealed that his plans to remove his ribs had been scuppered as doctors feared his lungs would collapse.
Yet Rodrigo Alves - known as the Human Ken Doll - wasted no time booking himself in for another procedure as he showed off the results of a chemical peel.
Stepping out in style, the 34-year-old TV personality donned an eye-catching printed jacket and velvet jumper as he stepped out in Marbella.
A chemical peel involves applying an acid-containing lotion to the face, letting it soak through and then peeling off the old skin to reveal fresh new skin in its place.
Speaking exclusively to MailOnline, Rodrigo said: 'It was fairly painful, and my face looks red now. It feels like burning! Here in Marbella is very sunny and I can’t go out for the next few days unless I have a lot of sun protection!
'In 2018, I’m turning 35 and my quest has never been to look perfect but to look ageless. Due to the lights from the TV studios and the make-up, my skin has been looking rough, but this treatment will make my skin look finer and younger.'
He added: 'I would never let myself go and no one will ever see any wrinkle on my face. Some men think that only going to the gym and looking muscular is enough. I believe that men should also look after their faces with night cream and make-up just like I do.
'Taking pride in your appearance is loving yourself.'
Earlier this month Rodrigo revealed plans to have six ribs removed in what would be his landmark 60th cosmetic procedure.
But he was left left frustrated after surgeons refused to perform the full procedure over fears it would compromise his lungs.
Instead, a top Hollywood surgeon will remove four floating ribs in a £28k procedure slated to take place next month to give the distinguished jet-setter, who has spent an estimated £400,000 on plastic surgeries, an 'elegant and classic figure.'
Speaking exclusively to MailOnline, the star said he was initially disappointed not to have the green-light for the original operation after he tried to convince his doctor to remove six ribs.
He said: 'I was frustrated at first because I really want to be able to fit back into my four breast blazers as before but removing two extra ribs could compromise my lungs, and my doctors must be very careful that my health is not compromised.
'They said a big no to that and said that safety always come first. Aesthetically speaking the results will be the same as if six ribs were removed. The visual impact will be the same.'
'My life shall be changed forever as from January 2018 and by summer 2018 I will be looking like a fitness model.'
The fashion-forward star said he was motivated to go under the knife once more so he would feel more confident in his couture blazers, and because he felt his hunky physique had become 'shapeless and big'.
Despite his extensive catalogue of procedures, the socialite admitted to nerves ahead of the operation, which he says has been favoured by many celebs, but said he was looking forward to not 'bursting out of his slim-fit blazers.'
He said: 'It will be my surgery number 60 between countless procedures but I'm nervous yes because this is not a plastic surgery where skin or fat will be removed, we are talking about my floating ribs,
'I have being advised by all the doctors that it is a safe procedure but it is unknown to the public because people that have it done don’t talk about it.
'Having ribs removed isn’t plastic surgery. It is a real surgery where the doctors will be changing the shape on my mid body to a very small size.
'I’m very much image conscious and I love my fashion. The rib removal will change my body shape quite dramatically and the results will be seen instantly. Afterwards that I won't be bursting in my slim fit blazers anymore. I shall gain a very elegant and classic figure.'
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A 31-year-old Australian flew to Malaysia for a plastic surgery package in Malaysia. Less than 24 hours after getting back home to Melbourne, he died.
Leigh Aiple was overweight and self-conscious about it, so he decided to pay over $35,000 for plastic surgery at the Beverly Wilshire Clinic in Kuala Lumpur, ABC reports.
His grieving mother, Grace Westworth, asked a coroner to investigate what happened to her son, saying, I don’t want anyone else to risk it.
Caitlin English, coroner, found that the care and treatment Aiple had received was well below Australian standards.
English added that this case emphasizes the need for people to be aware of the risks they take when they go abroad for medical treatment.
She said, “The Australian medical tourist will not necessarily be aware of the difference in standards of medical practice and management of patient care.”
Gorgeous Getaways, a New Zealand-based medical travel agency, claimed that the Malaysian clinic is “a boutique medical centre” with “highly skilled specialists.”
Aiple wanted an extreme makeover. In 2014, he underwent two surgeries in five days, which included a 360 degree tummy tuck, extensive liposuction, an upper eye lift, a chin tuck, a thigh lift, chest sculpting and lip filler.
The first surgery alone took 8-10 hours. Westworth said, “He couldn’t move, he couldn’t stand or roll out of bed after the first surgery.”
Aiple complained to his mother that he was short of breath, had a rapid heartbeat and was fainting.
But five days later, he was given the green light to fly home even after his wounds, which had re-opened, were treated. Westworth described, “He came off that plane in a wheelchair, I said: ‘How are you Leigh?’ He said: ‘Horrid — I am in so much pain, I can’t describe the pain.’”
Westworth found Aiple collapsed in his bedroom the next morning. He died shortly afterward.
Mark Ashton, president of the Australian Society of Plastic Surgeons and former head of plastic surgery at the Royal Melbourne Hospital, reviewed the coroner’s investigation. The report stated that several open wounds were oozing fluid, that care workers found Aiple in pain in his hotel room, with the sheets covered in blood.
Ashton said that Aiple would have been treated as a “high-risk” patient in Australia, not moderate risk, as classified by Malaysian doctor Nasir Zahari.
Aiple died due to deep vein thrombosis (DVT), when a blood clot in his legs moved to his lung.
DVT is often linked with flying. Ashton noted that the autopsy showed the clots happened weeks before Aiple’s plane trip, while he was undergoing surgery.
Ashton said, “Having surgery overseas comes with significant risk as it comes with no guarantee as to the standard of care you will receive. You are taking a bet. There is no such thing as an international standard.”
Man Dies After Extreme Cosmetic Surgery In Malaysia ByZye AngiwanPosted on December 17, 2017