An Australian woman has launched a desperate appeal for breast reduction surgery, saying her K-cups won't stop growing.
Sheridan Larkman, mum of two from Australia, says her breasts started growing when she was 8-years-old and never stopped.
"They've grown all my life. What's to say that's going to stop now? Ms Larkman told Channel 7's Today Tonight programme, saying she was an adult D-Cup by the time she was 10.
She hopes to raise $A10,000 for reduction surgery through GoFundMe, saying her breasts severely impact her daily life and cause her extreme pain.
Ms Larkman says she has been harassed by men staring and making 'sleazy' comments since going public with her story. She reports receiving inbox messages from men around the world asking for nude pictures.
The Australian mum told Today Tonight that she worries about her children believing unsolicited sexual comments from men are normal because of the attention her breasts receive.
Her GoFundMe page has currently raised $2,468.