This Nose Job is Made to Mimic the Slope of the Eiffel Tower

By: Janelle Savel - Published: Feb 6, 2014 • References: odditycentral & examiner
The Eiffel Tower nose job is a new movement sweeping over China.

Chinese students are doing everything they can to get jobs after college, and one of these bizarre tactics include the Eiffel Tower nose job. The surgery is supposed to create a nose that is classic, slender and sloping, just like the Eiffel Tower. Surgeon Wang Xuming is the brains behind this idea, and says the surgery costs about US $10,000.

Although this seems like a strange way to land a job, some employers actually give a list of physical requirements in order to be considered for hire. Unfortunately, many people in China feel that -- regardless of their abilities or skills -- by changing their features, they will be granted more job opportunities. Stats for Iconic Monument-Inspired Surgeries Trending: Older & Mild
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