Reality TV Star Carolina Gynning Auctions Off D-Cup Breast Implants for Charity

Thinking ahead about a Valentine's gift for that special lady in your life? Well, eBay has everything a woman could dream of including a set of slightly used double D-cup breast implants, freshly removed from a buxom ex-"Big Brother" champion.

Former reality TV contestant Carolina Gynning is tired of her extra large pair and has decided to auction the set off on eBay with all proceeds going to charity, Sweden's The Local reported.

In one of her weekly columns for newspaper Punkt SE, Gynning, 28, outlined her experience with the implants over the past 10 years.

"Everybody talks about them and it feels like they hide my true identity. On January 19th I am going to consult with my plastic surgeon about removing the implants. I still think large breasts are nice but there's got to be a limit somewhere! I currently have a double D-cup and plan to go back down to my natural level, which is a C-cup," wrote Gynning.

While she says she's ready to say goodbye, she still retains fond memories of the pair.

"I may be tired of my plastic boobs now but the implants have given me a lot of pleasure over the years. That's why I want them to be of some use, so they can provide pleasure for somebody else. Somebody who has a difficult life," Gynning wrote.

Gynning encourages consumers not to miss out on this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity and reminds everyone that the money raised will go to a good cause.

"The money will go straight to victims of the civil war in Rwanda. Make sure that you are involved in the bidding when the auction begins. The more money the better," wrote Gynning.

Personalized Prophylactics Courtesy of the Big Apple

Soon, bumper stickers and coffee mugs won't be the only paraphernalia tourists can pick up as a souvenir from their trip to New York City. The Big Apple will soon be offering its own signature condoms, the New York Post reported.

Mayor Mike Bloomberg is about to unveil the line of condoms, millions of which will be distributed for free to promote safe sex among New Yorkers.

"The condom packets will be modeled after the New York City subway system. Every foil will have a color," said Carol Carozza, a spokeswoman for Ansell, the company producing the prophylactics and the parent firm of LifeStyles condoms.

Among adults under age 65 in New York City, HIV/AIDS is the third leading cause of death, coming in behind only cancer and heart disease.

Better Late Than Never

MEXICO, Mo. (AP) — Ray Heilwagen has his wallet back — 62 years after he lost it in France during World War II.

Late last year, he received a call from Stephen Breitenstein of Palatine, Ill.

"He said, 'Did you lose a billfold?' and I remembered I did," Heilwagen said. "Then he said, 'I found it and will send it to you.' I could hardly believe it."

Breitenstein's father, who also served in France during World War II, recently died. Digging through his father's possessions — ironically on Veteran's Day — his son found the old wallet. He figured his dad found it during the war and brought it home, but couldn't locate Heilwagen.

Using the Internet, Breitenstein tracked down Heilwagen. After their phone conversation, he mailed the wallet to him. It included some francs, pictures and some receipts.

Heilwagen served with the Army's 79th Infantry Division of the U.S. Army and he was in combat in France from its arrival in July 1944 until he was hospitalized that November with leg wounds. He received a Purple Heart and a Bronze Star.

"I was impressed that a stranger would go to such trouble to locate me and return my wallet," Heilwagen said.

This Guy Really Wanted a White Christmas

MILFORD, Conn. (AP) — It's been a mild winter so far in most of the East, so a Connecticut man had to look West to fulfill a Christmas wish for snow from his three daughters.

Chris Hansen bid on three big bags of blizzard snow from a woman in Loveland, Colorado and he won the auction on eBay.

The $40 price tag didn't bother Hansen, but getting the snow to Connecticut in its present form is the challenge. Hansen says no shipper would guarantee it, but Hansen thinks it'll probably get packed in dry ice for the nearly 1,700-mile trip.

The woman is selling the snow in order to buy something else: a snowblower.

Just One Kiss, or Else

BAY CITY, Mich (AP) — A lovers' quarrel and a case of mistaken identity has landed a teenager behind bars after police say he repeatedly rammed a teenage girl's car, thinking it was his girlfriend.

State police told The Saginaw News that the victim — a 17-year-old from Pinconning — called 911 early Sunday when the suspect smashed his car into the rear of hers.

The 17-year-old suspect struck her car about 15 times and pushed it through stop signs at intersections, the victim told police.

Dispatchers advised her to lead the suspect toward police units who were en route to intercept them, police said.

State police troopers and Bay County sheriff's deputies caught up with the suspect and pursued the Bay City teen at speeds of up to 90 miles per hour, police said.

The teen told police he thought the driver was his girlfriend, who left a party after the couple quarreled. He said he wanted to talk to her and get his goodnight kiss, so he went searching for her, police said.

He told police he was talking to his girlfriend on his cell phone, telling her to stop her car. She told him she was stopped and didn't know what he was talking about, officers said.

The teen likely will face charges including assault with a vehicle, fleeing police and driving drunk.

Compiled by's Hannah Sentenac.

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