Sheyla Hershey's Gigantic Boobs Save Her in Car Crash, She Claims

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Everyone's favorite giant-tittay woman, Humble's Sheyla Hershey, is back in the news again, somehow.

It's been awhile since she's garnered publicity about her giant 38KKK rack, and such things apparently cannot be allowed to stand.

Fox 26 is the go-to source for all Sheyla Hershey news, and they broke another biggie this week, and we don't mean a ridiculously large plastic bag of implanted gel.

Hershey gave the station yet another exclusive: She was saved from certain death by her big boobs when she got herself into a car crash after the Super Bowl.

Of course, those giant mammaries have also come close to killing her in the past, so they are fickle beasts.

Feel free to make all the air-bag jokes you feel necessary.

Woman Says Breast Implants Saved Her Life: MyFoxHOUSTON.com

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