Jay Hunt and Mark Hopkins attempt to help a legal secretary whose taste for the high life has left her with debts of £26,000. But when Mark tries to identify the reason for her extravagance, he finds himself in the middle of a family crisis.
8/8. The canine training experts set about retraining the final three dogs. The first almost killed his owner, the second came close to destroying his owners' relationship and the third has an unusual obsession.
Documentary providing an insight into the lives of young women with large breasts, including many who are unhappy with their bodies and suffer bullying and physical pain. Thousands of teenagers have made the decision to have their bust reduced either for emotional reasons or because of medical problems such as osteoarthritis and curvature of the spine.
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