Most women 'would alter breasts'
More than half of women would love to alter the size or shape of their breasts, a poll has found.
Nine out of 10 wish they could enhance their assets without resorting to cosmetic surgery, while 42% would like liposuction to remove tummy fat.
The small survey of 523 people was carried out to mark the launch of cosmetic surgery chat show MyFaceMyBody on InformationTV.
The data showed 55% of women would like to alter their breasts and 89% of those would choose a non-surgical option like an injectable filler - the so-called "boob jab".
Almost one in four men (23%) questioned said they preferred fake breasts while 40% said they were not bothered.
Meanwhile, 33% of women said they believed their partner would be happy to pay for a breast enlargement.
More than six in 10 women (63%) said their main concern about having breast implants was that their breasts would look fake.