Woman sets her & # 39; slightly used & # 39; BREAST IMPLANTS for sale on Facebook marketplace for $ 100 each – and they have already SOLD
- Tammie Huff posted her breast implants on Facebook Marketplace on Tuesday
- The woman from San Antonio, Texas, called them & # 39; Size D, Slightly Used Titties & # 39;
- She indicated that they came from a smoke-free household and & # 39; low miles & # 39; had done
- Huff said she sold them because she was upgrading her appearance
- The pair sold Thursday, but the Marketplace user was warned by Facebook
- It was for repeating things & # 39; that did not meet our community standard & # 39;
- The risks of silicone and saline include Hashimoto's hypothyroidism
A Texan woman sold her breast implants on Facebook Marketplace after she decided to upgrade her augmentation shortly after purchase.
Tammie Nichelle Huff from San Antonio advertised the unique offer on Tuesday with a loving reference to what looked like salt implants like & # 39; Size D, Slightly Used Titties & # 39 ;.
The seller stated that she was willing to let them go for $ 200 and was even open to sell them separately for $ 100 each.
& # 39; Good used set of tits for sale, upgraded so needed, & # 39; she wrote in the post. About the short time she spent under her own breast tissue, she wrote: & # 39; Low miles should simply pay for the installation. & # 39;
Tammie Nichelle Huff posted her breast implants on Facebook Marketplace on Tuesday
San Antonio, Texas wife called them & # 39; Size D, Slightly Used Titties & # 39; and they sold Thursday
She indicated that the implants came from a smoke-free household and & # 39; low kilometers & # 39; had done
Bargain: Huff said she was even willing to let them go for $ 100 each
Predicting the deal would be irresistible for social media users looking for an operation negotiation that they added for Facebook users to contact quickly: & # 39; HMU before they are gone & # 39 ;.
In addition to images of the implants on display at an aesthetically pleasing marble counter with its vanity points around the sink, Huff showed how naturally they can mingle with the shape of the body after installation.
Huff – whose profile suggests she is a mother for a little girl – has also shared them in a Ziploc bag, which shows how the salt pools retain the shape of the packaging.
A man wrote on the Facebook post: & # 39; Now I've seen it all ….. girl who sells your tits lol lol. & # 39;
Although Huff responded with a smile emoji, the reports claim she was interested in & # 39; SERIOUS BUYERS ONLY & # 39 ;.
So much so that she used her implants from a & # 39; smoke-free clean house & # 39; accused.
The frequent Marketplace user was warned by Facebook on Thursday about posting something & # 39; that our community standard does not follow more than once & # 39;
& # 39; Dang It! & # 39 ;: Frustrated Huff said she had not finished advertising when the website cut her off
Images on her profile indicate that she is a regular on the Facebook market and have posted offers for items such as angel wings and even meal preparations.
Certificates posted to her account indicate that she has completed customer service training, a training program for the vendor approved by the Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission, and food processing training.
But for many implants it might go a bit too far, including Facebook.
Facebook said she couldn't mention for a few days because she & # 39; things that no longer meet our community standard & # 39; has placed.
Her profile showed that a message was deleted on Thursday.
& # 39; Damn! I can't post to the Facebook groups until June 2 … I haven't finished advertising … ugh, & # 39; Huff commented on the report.
Although Huff is a fan of implants, salt and silicone installations are not good for everyone
It took two weeks for Huff to share an image of herself at the hospital on May 17 and tell friends that she had an & # 39; ultrasound scan of my thyroid & # 39;
Health experts warn that those who have developed Hashimoto's hypothyroidism before or after applying a breast implant are at risk of becoming sick from both saline and silicone implants.
Implants are not for everyone. Although doctors are expected to inform patients about the risk, many who continue to operate are not fully aware of the reported risks of the body rejecting implants, leading to autoimmune reactions.
Tiredness, muscle and joint pain, brain fog, memory loss, depression and hair loss are some of the symptoms associated with the problem.
Saline solution is less likely than silicone to leak and cause a dangerous situation for those undergoing surgery, but other reported risks are infection due to fungal and bacterial growth.
Huff wrote on Facebook two weeks ago that she was in the hospital with an ultrasound scan of the thyroid gland
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