Poppy Burge, age 7, gets £6000 liposuction treatment as Christmas present from mum Sarah
SARAH Burge has given her daughter Poppy Burge a £7,000 liposuction voucher, redeemable whenever Poppy gets fat or, indeed, wants to help out a fat person. Poppy Burge may be as generous as her mother, inheriting not only the saddle bags but also the need to give until it really bloody hurts like hell.
When we last saw Sarah Burge, the walking cosmetic surgery menu had followed Poppy’s pole dancing lessons with a £6,000 breast enlargement voucher. As we reach for the Fisher Price money to tuck into Poppy’s paedo bikini, mum says:
“I put the voucher in her stocking – there’s nothing wrong with that.”
Poppy is wearing stockings? To pole dance? No. For Christmas, silly. Stockings only catch on the pole.
Mum Sarah Burge adds in Closer magazine:
“She asks for surgery all the time. She wants to look good and lipo is one of those procedures that will always come in handy… I see these vouchers as investing in her future – like saving money for her education.”
Sarah Burge is the mistress of the delayed gift. The suggestion is that all parents in austerity Britain follow Sarah’s model and hand over vouchers for presents useable in the dim and distant future. You want an F1 racing car, son? Here you go. You want a space ship, little lady? Well, you need to be 18… But when you are, it’s yours with this ticket. You fancy breasts bigger than your head and a tush to die for? Well, son, it’s unconventional but I’m all for self-expression. For you. One voucher.
As they say in the lipo game, ‘here comes another sucker…’