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‘Superb’ salon gives woman wrong Vajazzle name

by | 20th, March 2012

PITY Toni Allport of Walsall who wanted to mark her 40th birthday by having her groin vajazzled with her husband’s name, Lee, written in Swarovski crystals. But 40 minutes later, Allort left the Meridian salon sporting the word “Len” at the foot of her tum-tum.
Says Toni:

“I don’t know who the hell Len is, but thankfully my husband saw the funny side. I’m confident it won’t spoil the romantic break we’ve booked for my birthday. I’ve told Lee not to look at it.”

Oddly, Tony says that the vajazzle emporium has been “superb,… They’re the best at what they do.”

The rest of the story reds like an advertorial:

Locally, Meridian is at the forefront of the vajazzle craze with women of all ages wanting the ornate, eye-catching designs… The busy salon in Cheslyn Hay has quickly carved out a reputation for mixing ornate non-permanent body art with traditional beauty treatments. There’s currently a queue of women waiting to have their toenails encrusted with ‘sparklies’.

Len agrees…
The Sunday Mercury.



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