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Snake dies after biting porn star's silicone breast

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A boa snake bit porn star and model Orit Fox during a recording of a radio program in Israel. She brags herself about having the biggest breasts in the Middle East. Later the snake died of contamination with silicon, while the model herself was not hurt, reports lady.mail.

The incident took place in Tel Aviv during a photo shoot when the woman was trying to kiss the snake. All of a sudden, the snake decided to take a closer look at Fox’s breasts.


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  1. Luky says:

    The most tragical is the death of an innocent animal to to human being stupidity

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  2. Anonymous says:

    Haha.. I feel bad for the snake.. But, I’m glad she got bit for being such a dumb ass.

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  3. Anonymous says:

    ahahahahahahahahahaha! oh wow.

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  4. christine says:

    her tit looks like a balloon lmao

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  5. yahya.morocco says:

    very good,i wish that boa killed her

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  6. Mr. Nobody says:

    feking wierd

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  7. b0SamueL0b says:

    +z$8frZdyL%68pSU/:>w<:E3.lG-!XIB

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  8. ROFLGIRL says:

    BAHAHAHAHAHAH. Thats the funniest thing i’ve ever seen.
    OMG. I wish the implants were made of air. Then her boob would have deflated…. and it would have looked soooooooo weird, one big boob, one smaller wrinkly boob….. sucks that the snake died. Stupid porn girl deserved it. She will need to get new implants because if its popped the implant she can die of poisoning too…

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  9. lyrix says:

    poor snake, its a pity she didnt feed the boa! That y the snake bits her, her pet was starving!!

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  10. Regan Clarke says:

    i AM ReaLLy liKiNg tHIs StuFF

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