It's not as if they keep a record of who has had a nose job in the Defence Force over the past years. Log in No account? Darling Point plastic surgeon Kourosh Tavakoli told The Sunday Telegraph the navy had paid for two officers, aged 25 and 32, to have breast-augmentation surgery at his private clinic. The Royal Australian Navy is under pressure to explain why it has spent tens of thousands of pounds paying for female sailors to have breast enlargements. He said young men and women were attracted to defence careers because they offered free medical care.
When she does, she stresses it will be funded independently with no taxpayer assistance.
Taxpayer money spent funding breast enhancements
Next was Army with five gender cases and four breast procedures and finally the Royal Australian Navy RAN with just two and three respectively. More from The Telegraph. Defence said such procedures were only approved for compelling psychological or psychiatric reasons. Log in No account? Tuesday 20 November Sign up Log out news. I took a wrong turn, says sailor stuck on a reef.