A D-cup daredevil has dived out of a plane to test the comfort of a new bra - and declared it a soaring success.
Busty beauty Laura Muller threw herself out of a plane at more than 15,000ft and reached speeds in excess of 150mph just to prove the hookless bra could support her ample bosom.
The 36D skydiving coach, from Yeadon in West Yorkshire, tested the new Belvia Bra - from 'as seen on TV' favourites JML.
She said: "If a bra can stay comfortable at 150 mph, then it can certainly withstand a night out partying."
The brave 22-year-old was wearing only casual trousers and the black bra when she made the death-defying jump at Hibaldstow airfield, North Lincs..
She said: "I thought I would give it a try - anything for a giggle."
The Belvia Bra is designed to rid the wearer of the dreaded 'fat back' effect of traditional bras, and the seamless bra provides invisible comfort, despite having no underwire or hooks.
The £12.99 bra comes in three sizes, and is available in stores and online.