Bee Sting Bursts Woman's Breast Implant
MIAOLI, Taiwan -- Bikes, boobies and bees are not necessarily a good mix, at least not in Taiwan.
A 31-year-old woman from the Taiwanese town of Miaoli, was recently out riding her motorcycle while wearing a low-cut dress when a bee stung her on her right breast.
"My right breast disappeared in only two days," said the woman, who received saline breast implants three years ago, according to Southern China City News.
Surgeon Zeng Dingchang said the saline implant is supposed to resist pressure of up to 200 kilograms, adding that it was "very strange" for one to deflate because of a bee sting.
"She is very skinny," Zeng said of the woman, "and the implant made the skin of her breast even thinner, and therefore easy to penetrate."
Zeng performed a replacement implant operation - but warns that acupuncture or yoga could cause it to burst again.