A PERUVIAN mother-of-four was trapped in her bed for six months because of her giant breasts.I don't want to freak anyone out posting it here, so go here for the photo.
The Sun reported that Julia Manihuari's chest grew to a gigantic N cup after the birth of her third son seven years ago - leaving her unable to move.
"It was awful. If I tried to get up I would faint because my breasts were so heavy," she said.
Ms Manihuari, 29, who lives in northern rural Peru, was finally helped when local media paid for her to take a three-day boat trip to the nearest town for medical help.
Doctors diagnosed an extreme form of Bilateral Gynecomastia - an illness where the mammary gland keeps growing.
They had to cut 35 pounds of flesh from her breasts, fearing they could squash her lungs and kill her.
Ms Manihuari emerged as a size 34B after the six-hour operation.
"Before the operation I couldn't do anything - I just had to live with it. It got so bad that my breasts were touching my legs," she said.
In other big breast news, a KK-cup bra is now available.
BUXOM British girls can now buy the biggest bra yet on the high street - a KK cup.
That's bigger than the K-cup "windsock" launched by Selfridges department store in March.
The Bravissimo chain and Debenhams say they had to launch a KK as Brit girls are getting bustier.
And Debenhams is ordering extra stocks as the £25 bra - which has 20-inch wide cups - is going so fast.
Spokeswoman Sharon Webb said: "Many large sizes we sell regularly were unheard of a decade ago."
Experts blame pollution or hormone changes.