Nork maiden Katie Price, 46, this evening survived a near fatal fall of 63 feet in the Australian jungle.
As reported yesterday in Katie Come On Down, The Price Is Right!, Price was left bobbing on the breeze like a weird, mostly human, helium balloon after rows over her fee for appearing in 'I'm A Non Celebrity...'.
As the sun began to sink on the Australian outback, all seemed well. Price was slowly beginning her descent, as the mystical pressure's in her two fun domes began to change with the drop in temperature.
Trouble occurred at about 65 feet from ground. "She just kind of hung there for a bit," said Lenny Gruber, the lasso champion who initially prized her from the tree. "She was steadily descending until that point but she just stopped."
After an eerie five or so minutes of non activity, a sudden blast of Australian wind came out of nowhere and hit Price full on.
"Well the blast of cold wind just changed the chemical balance in her bags straight away," said Larry Finch, scientist. "She just plummetted at speed and the stewards were not ready for her."
Stewards had been standing by to catch the 'star' with a tarpaulin, but they had left for a tea break when Miss Plastic Fantastic fell from the sky.
"I saw her fall and had to make a wish, I mean when else are you going to see a real life falling star?" said Gruber, "Then it came true, I wished for her safety and she survived."
In a strange twist of fate, the weight distribution of her baps meant that Miss Price began to fall flat on her front like a skydiver. The combination of cooler air and her implants created a firm yet soft landing pad and, as she hit high speed dirt, her airbags cushioned the impact just as a car airbag would.
The fallen star suffered a few bruises and needs extensive work on repairing her burst bazonga's. But whoever say's surgery is bad for you, I urge you to take note of Ms Price and her fortunate fall on her funbags.