Holy Heavy-Hangers, Honey!
Sorry, sisters. We couldn't resist it.
M&S defends 'tax on bigger bras'
By Dominic Laurie -- Business reporter, BBC News
Protesters say the M&S policy is more than just a storm in a DD cup
Marks & Spencer has defended a policy of charging extra on some of its bras that are bigger than a size DD.
The High Street retailer said that the added cost - typically £2 - was "standard industry practice".
M&S added it found most customers "were happy to pay a small premium for the specialist work" needed to make larger sizes of their bras.
But the policy has drawn protests with 900 people joining a Busts 4 Justice protest group on the Facebook website.
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Well, what do think?
Have M & S boobed or what?