Dawn Porter embarks on a quest to discover what it takes to get from her UK size 12 to a US size zero. Despite surviving on 500 calories per day and participating in a gruelling fitness regime, the writer and presenter discovers she still can't fit into the clothes found in LA's hippest boutiques.
New. 5/8. A boy melts his trousers while trying to put out a sparkler, a circus dwarf suffers damage to an intimate area while fixing a vacuum cleaner and a toilet falls off the back of a lorry onto a man's foot.
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