A wannabe glamour model who was given a £4,800 boob job on the NHS now admits she regrets her decision and wants them out – for free.
Josie Cunningham, 23, sparked outrage when she had her 32A bust boosted to a 36DD in March.
But just six months later, the mum-of-two claims the implants are too big and wants them made smaller – at the cost of the taxpayer.
Josie, from Leeds, begged the NHS for the operation because she was being bullied for being flat-chested.
But she now claims her new boobs are making her feel self-conscious and are stopping her finding modelling work.
Josie told Closer magazine: “They’re making my working life difficult.
“They’re so big I find them embarrassing and I don’t feel I can do any modelling because they’ve attracted so much negative attention.”
Shameless Josie now believes the NHS should cover the cost of going under the knife again after making her top-heavy to begin with.
She added: “I’m thinking about having a reduction on the NHS.
“I don’t want to spend my life being known as the girl with massive NHS boobs, so having smaller implants is the only option.
“I’m looking in to charities that could help, but I think it’s down to the NHS because they made them so big.”
Josie boasted about her boob job in March in an attempt to launch a career as a glamour model but soon faced a huge public backlash.
She told Closer: “People followed me in the street shouting ‘We want our money back s***, it was so upsetting.”
“It’s ridiculous that the taxpayer paid for this surgery in the first place, especially when the NHS denies others cancer drugs and delays hip operations.
“Ultimately, the health budget should be spent on treating the sick, not wasted funding boob jobs purely for cosmetic reasons.”