UK girl Stephanie Fox can't get a boyfriend because of her natural 32K boobs'I have a walk to make them bounce to show they're real' ... Stephanie Fox has 32K boobsBooby prize ... snap of Stephanie Fox on holiday
STEPHANIE FOX has something she'd like to get off her chest... her back-breaking, all-natural, size 32K boobs are casting a shadow over her life.
The 21-year-old can't get a boyfriend, can't find clothes to fit and can't even walk down the street without getting an earful of abuse.
Men don't look her in the eye. Girls assume she is a porn star. Then there's the back pain.
She says: "Lots of women want big boobs but it's actually a total nightmare.
"The only men I attract are the sleazy type. It's rare that a guy looks me in the face when talking to me.
"Guys will flat-out stare and try all the cheesy chat-up lines. And a lot of the time they want their picture taken with them. Not me — them."
She adds: "Sometimes it can be a bit scary. A few blokes will try to get really hands-on. When I'm out with my male friends they'll usually circle round me. They're my bodyguards."
Stephanie doesn't fare much better with other girls. She says: "Women assume my boobs are fake — they look at me like I'm a porn star. It's older women who always comment on them.
"They'll tut and shake their heads as they walk past me in the street. I can hear them saying, 'They're so fake', and, 'Look at her flaunting them'.
"I try to smile through it. I know they're real but sometimes it can be hurtful.
"I've developed a way of walking so my boobs bounce up and down and people can see they're real. It looks like I'm walking on the moon.
"Women can get quite jealous — that's probably why I have more male friends."
But meeting the right guy is difficult. Glasgow girl Stephanie says: "I broke up with my ex in 2010. He couldn't handle all the attention I get and became insanely jealous.
"When we were out he'd get mad when other guys checked me out. I tried telling him it couldn't be helped — he knew what he was getting into."
Stephanie has seen a few men since the split but no one special has caught her eye.
She says: "They become too obsessed with my boobs, it's all they think about. It's hard to find a guy to see past them.
"A lot of blokes are just after me for the status of it, they see it as just another notch on the bedpost.
"I want my boyfriend to see me for me, I'm more than just a pair of boobs. I'm a laid back and a down-to-earth girl and I love to have a laugh." Stephanie's boobs proved something of an overnight sensation when she was just 12.
She recalls: "It was so weird. I was a total cheeseboard then one day I woke up with a C cup. It was really annoying because I loved PE and sport.
"I was really into hurdles and running but my boobs started to restrict me. And as I got bigger, it was harder to find a sports bra."
During one family holiday in America Stephanie and her mum Josie, 51, went in search of one that would fit.
She recalls: "We tried this lingerie shop to get a measurement. I was 19 and about a 30J at that point.
"The staff couldn't believe it. Instead of measuring me they just kept calling more and more staff members out of the back to stare at them."
Stephanie adds: "Finding a bikini is atrocious. Nothing fits me so I have to buy separates. "I'll buy a size 12 for my lower half and a 20 for my top half — but even that's too small and they'll be spilling out all over the place. I also get serious back pain.
"Exercise is a nightmare. To do any exercise I have to wear a bra then a sports bra on top.
"I'll go to my local gym and I just get stared at. Gym clothes are quite tight so the guys will full-on stare."
Stephanie doesn't know how she got her huge boobs — though there is something in her family genes.
She says: "My mum does have big boobs but she's probably more of a DD or an E. But my sister Morena has normal-sized breasts.
"Whenever I visit her she'll say, 'God, Stephanie, can you give me some of your boobs!'"
She adds: "I think my dad and older brothers found it awkward when I blossomed. They didn't like men checking me out on the beach. We went on holiday to Italy last year. We went to a water park and I was getting a lot of male attention. Wives were whacking their husbands over the head for staring."
Stephanie works in her parents' fancy dress shop, where she is able to stitch her clothes to fit. She says: "If I don't adjust tops they swamp me or I just look huge. So I've become quite the seamstress."
As for the future, Stephanie plans to start her own business and says: "I know it sounds weird but I'd love to run my own corn on the cob stall.
"I saw a stall selling sweetcorn when I was 15 and ever since, that's what I've wanted to do. You can have butter and pepper on it and things like that — it would be pretty cool."
And despite all the aggro she gets over her shape, on balance she wouldn't want to downsize.
She says: "A part of me loves the attention. They're a great talking point and I get to meet a lot of people. But the downsides probably outweigh that one positive.
"And even the attention can be a double-edged sword. Some days I just don't want to be stared at."