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Friday, 17 May 2013

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If Ricky Gervais Ever Has His Breasts Removed They Could Top the $6M Mark!

A high profile collector of Hollywood memorabilia has reportedly paid $4M for the removed breasts of actress Angelina Jolie who earlier this week revealed that she had a double mastectomy after finding out she carries a defective gene that puts her at greater risk of developing breast cancer, urging other women to get tested to see if they may also be at risk.

The breasts, valued at $2.5M each, or $4M for the set, will be displayed in a jar at the home of famed collector Vishan Makinto, who already owns Heather Mill's left leg, Oscar Pistorius' right foot and Lance Armstrong's balls.

"They will take pride of place in my collection," announced the billionaire. "They shall travel with me wherever I go. I had to outbid several other serious collectors and having lost out recently on Paris Hilton's brain, after her lobotomy last year, I was determined to get these for my collection."

Makinto though expects a bidding war next month, after Jolie, who won much praise for her revelation the she underwent a double mastectomy, announced she is now planning to undergo another surgery.

According to People magazine, the 37-year-old actress wants to have her ovaries removed to ensure that she remains cancer-free.

"I know other billionaire collectors will be after them, but I will pay top dollar, to ensure I get the whole set," promised the man who famously purchased Oprah Winfrey's penis and Adam's Apple in 1983.

(Please note, Angelina Jolie has my full praise for her brave decision and this spoof is a parody not of her, but the billionaire collectors of celebrity body parts, which there are many, especially in Hollywood)

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