They say never look a gift horse in the mouth, but for Sharon Heinrich, it was a kangaroo who brought her not one, but two unexpected presents.
The glamorous 45-year-old was cycling along a bush trail when a rampaging roo pounced, rupturing her breast implants and forcing doctors to replace them in emergency surgery.
But in an unlikely stroke of good fortune, doctors replaced her DDs with bigger implants, leaving her with a perky pair of new and improved beauties.
It all started when Sharon bought a new bike, and she and a friend went cycling in South Australia’s Clare Valley. The pair were joking about how good Sharon’s breasts – which she’d had augmented in 2000 – looked in Lycra when she saw the roo.
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