'Bouncing Boobie' Flash Mob Raises Breast Cancer Awareness & a Few Eyebrows, Too (VIDEO)

coppafeel flash mobA ton of bouncing, naked breasts descended on London Thursday and took commuters and by-standers by surprise. Fortunately or unfortunately, it may not be exactly what you're picturing. While nobody was topless, there were 60 women wearing large, fabric boobs performing in a flash mob to raise awareness for breast cancer. The organization, called Coppafeel, took the West End by storm in one of the most creative awareness-raising initiatives I've ever seen, and danced to the Black Eyed Peas "My Humps" and  "I Feel For You" by Bob Sinclair. Perfect, right?

Boing a boing a boing ... you gotta watch.

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I love it.

Coppafeel was started by Kris Hallenga, who was diagnosed with breast cancer at the age of 23, and the charity's aim is to curtail late detection and misdiagnosis of the disease.

As Coppafeel's site says, knowing your boobs could save your life, so what are you waiting for, introduce yourself to your breats. Today's a great day to start a long and healthy relationship together.

Love this boobie flash mob or what?

 

Photo via telegraph.co.uk

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