In some off-beat news, a woman in Britain went on crash diet after she could not fit into her new sports car because her 48FF breasts were too big to fit in.
Rebecca Kelly, 37, of Neath, South Wales, had splashed out on a 14,000 pounds red convertible but found the seatbelt wouldn't stretch over boobs.
She even tried to buy a belt extension at her local Halfords, but was told it was illegal.
"I didn't realise how big I'd got. I was huge - the real shock was when I couldn't get into my car," the Sun quoted her as saying.
"I'd had it a few weeks and it was a bit of a squeeze. But one day I got in and pulled the seatbelt around me and it wouldn't reach to click into its holder.
"I was sweating and puffing but it wouldn't fit around my big tummy. I was 20st and a size 30 with 48in boobs.
"I wasn't unhappy in myself but not being able to drive my beautiful car was the last straw," she said.
So she put her foot down and abandoned booze, chips and chocolate and her favourite doner kebabs, and joined Weight Watchers.
She lost nine stone in 18 months, and is now a size 12, weighing 11st with 36D boobs, a perfect fit for her Daihatsu Copen.
"I feel like a new woman after losing nine stone, almost half my body weight," she said.
"But the biggest thrill of all is getting into my lovely car, clicking in my seatbelt, and hardly feeling it across my chest," she added.