Woman Secretly Records People Checking Out Her Chest For Breast Cancer Awareness
A woman wore a hidden camera on her chest to expose the amount of people who ogled her cleavage on a daily basis for an important reason.
In a unique way to promote breast cancer awareness, Whitney Zelig, 29, from New York City, disguised the small camera on her low cut top and walked around Manhattan - catching all the not so subtle stares on camera as she went.
On her travels, Whitney got looks from both men and women, and even a dog, too.
The video begins showing Whitney adjusting her camera in place before leaving her flat.
She then steps outside, where she's instantly ogled by a waiter and a woman sitting at his table in the adjacent restaurant.
As she walks through the park, another man catches a glimpse at her chest while holding hands with his partner. There really is no stopping em', is there?!
Hilariously, it doesn't take long for his partner to clock what he's up to as she hits him subtly on the arm as if to tell him off.
It doesn't stop there, though, as one-man even does a double take and turns around to stare at Whitney's breasts, while a passing canine seems equally enamoured with her chest.
We could go on, but honestly Whitney gets so many looks that we'd be here all day.
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She's stared at at the subway station, on the escalator, in a shop and even by three people in costume on the street - the Cookie Monster being one of them.
We can all agree this is uncomfortable stuff. But how does all this support breast cancer awareness you might ask?
Signing off the one minute video, Whitney - whose mother is a breast cancer survivor - said: "Ladies, don't forget to check out your own breasts too. Early detection saves lives."
Too right, if everyone else can stare at em, the least we can do is give them the attention they deserve.
Whitney made the montage with her brother, Chris Zelif, and best friend CJ Koegel.
They warn under their video: "Forty percent of diagnosed breast cancers are detected by women who feel a lump, so establishing a regular breast self-exam is very important.
"These exams are simple and only take seconds to do. Caught early, breast cancer has a 99% survival rate. "
We commend them for raising awareness of such an important cause. Get checking ladies, who knows, it could save your life one day.
For more information on how to check your boobs for cancer, visit the National Breast Cancer Centre here.
You can also receive free text reminders from Coppafeel whenever it's time to check them - all you have to do is enter your details here.
Featured Image Credit: Chris Zelig