A Playboy model who jokingly listed her old 32C implants on eBay as “stress balls” was shocked when they sold – for £7,600.
Glamour model Izunia Motyl, 25, recently upgraded her bra size from a 32C to a 32DD during lockdown – shelling out £3,200 for the op.
She asked for her old implants to be sent back to her and half-jokingly listed them on eBay with a starting price of £89 plus £4.99 post and packaging fee.
Izunia – who has starred in Playboy Poland, FHM Netherlands and is a regular on adult channel Babestation – described implants she got in 2018 as “great stress balls”
The eBay listing reads: “THESE ARE NOT TO BE RE-USED. They’re for novelty souvenir purposes only.
“They make great stress balls! They’re the actual implants that were inside Izunia Motyl’s chest before she had new larger ones put in recently.
“If requested she can make a personal video of herself signing them for you. At no extra charge!”
And the listing sold for £7,600 on Tuesday after clocking up 22 bids.
Izunia, from Tunbridge Wells, Kent, said: “At first I thought it was someone messing with me.
“I wonder where they will go.”
She first went under the knife to get a bigger bust in 2018, flying out to Belgium to increase her 32A chest to a 32C for £3,400.
Earlier this year Izunia decided to increase her cup size to 32DD and jetted out to Poland for the £3,200 surgery.
Friend Digit Davis, 32, a rapper who helped Izunia list them, said: “I knew there would be some sort of interest but this is quite mad.
“Izzy just asked for them to be sent back to her and when she was on her way to meet me at the airport she picked them up.
“We joked about it on our way to Portugal and then I put something on social media.
“It did start off as a bit of a joke on Instagram then a lot of people were replying to my story saying they should be auctioned off.
“I managed to convince Izunia and here we are.
“There’s obvious some rich men out there with money to throw around and seem to be fans of glamour models.
“They’ve been professionally cleaned since they were removed by the surgeon so they’re not going to be some botched job dirty things.
“They’re all good.”