BREAST WISHES! Lotto winner bought her sisters implants too

  Toronto Sun 

Here’s one for the sisterhood! A British woman who won $5.1 million in a lottery has splurged on breast implants for herself — and also generously paid $17,000 for boob jobs for her two sisters. According to the Daily Mirror, Sarah Cockings gladly picked up the tab for sisters Emma, 37, and Alex, 32. She […]

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