Wednesday, October 1, 2008


Canadian Bridge Gets Boob Job

EDMONTON, Alberta (Wireless Flash - FlashNews) – October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and a bridge in Canada is getting a boob job for the cause.

“Bras Across the Bridge” is a titillating annual event that goes down in Edmonton, Alberta, where thousands of bras are hung across a local bridge to support breast cancer awareness.

The event began when the local Pepper & Dylan radio show asked lady listeners to donate their brassieres and clasp them together along High Level Bridge.

Co-host Dylan Wowchuk says the bra masterpiece gets drivers all revved up.

He explains, “The visual of thousands of bras gets people honking their horns and excited to support a cause that affects millions.”

The only complaint the bridge ever received was from a real boob who said the attraction made him late for work.

Wowchuck jokes, “Maybe that guy was never breastfed as a kid.”

He insists every bra they get is hung for the cause, including “huge ones so big I can fit my head in them.”

They get so many donated bras, that when hooked together, they’re longer than the 2,877-foot bridge.

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