WOMEN with boob jobs may be banned from Sir Richard Branson's space flights â€” in case their breasts EXPLODE.
Bosses fear that implants may expand and burst due to cabin pressure â€” which will be lower than on normal planes.
More than 157 people have paid £115,000 each to zoom 400,000ft above Earth on the Virgin Galactic space â€œshuttleâ€.
UPDATE: The Sun Story has been debunked as a hoax. April Fools.
Implications - If at this point you find yourself thinking "how could I ever afford those kinds of prices," fear not, because hopefully, prices will come down in the future as technology advances. For now, keep those silicone assets out of space ladies!
Virgin Galactic's Rules
1. Boob Job Bans - The potential dangers of breast implants in space may lead to a trend of banning women with boob jobs from space flights.
2. Safety Regulations for Space Travel - As space travel becomes more accessible, safety regulations will be established to ensure the well-being of passengers.
3. Advancements in Space Travel Technology - The dangers of breast implants in space highlight the need for advancements in space travel technology that can accommodate the varying needs of passengers.
1. Cosmetic Surgery - Cosmetic surgery professionals need to consider the unique challenges of space travel and develop appropriate solutions, such as specialized implants for space travel.
2. Space Tourism - Space tourism companies need to ensure the safety and comfort of their passengers by implementing rigorous safety protocols and restrictions.
3. Aviation - As space travel becomes more similar to air travel, the aviation industry may have insights and solutions for accommodating the unique needs of passengers in space.