Bar offers Phuket trip for boobs

Bar offers Phuket trip for boobs

A singles-oriented bar in Australia is running a contest for a free trip to Thailand, and all the plastic surgery you can eat, so to speak.

Blatant adverts like this are pushing the raffle for a free trip to Thailand for cosmetic surgery.

The contest is the brainstorm of the owners of Tryst Bar & Nightclub of Mackay, in Queensland.

While the contest rules state the winner will win "comestic surgery", the promotion is blatantly sexy, aimed primarily at women who might want to "improve" their breasts, butts or legs.

The bar has enrolled local cosmetic surgery travel agent ID Rejuvenation Travel to handle the details of the scheme - a free trip to Phuket, combined with plastic surgery.

ID Rejuvenation agent Amy Price told the local Daily Mercury newspaper that most entrants seem interested in breast augmentation.

And that's the way the advertising for the contest is running, as you can see from the promotion photos on this page.

Ms Price said others were considering dental work, laser corrective eye surgery and other cosmetic procedures like nose jobs, liposuction and eye-lifts. You wouldn't know it from the Facebook page for the night club.

The contest is essentially a raffle. Buy a round of drinks at the club for A$50 or more - about 1,500 baht - and get a chance to win the trip.

First prize covers flights, five nights at a hotel, and the chosen surgery.

The main advert and poster for the contest looks like this

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