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Woman wears hidden camera to catch men staring at her cleavage, here’s what she saw :Watch Video

For years it has been known that the first place a man looks upon meeting a woman is her chest are and specifically, cleavage.

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Of course no one has brought out any defining evidence to buttress that assertion. So ladies, especially those with are loaded on the frontend, how do you react when you catch a man staring at your headlights?

Well one woman from New York came up with the idea of conducting a social experiment by wearing a hidden camera on her shirt so she can count how many people (and an animal, it seems) will stare at her as she strolls in the streets of Manhattan.

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Whitney Zelig, 29. placed the secret camera in her low-cut tank top, leaving the top button open.

Of course, the footage she captured shows us that, yes, her chest did get a lot of attention from strangers.

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As it turns out, she caught attention not only by single men, but even those who were with their partners, even women and a dog too.

The video was uploaded on YouTube by Chris Zelig, Whitney’s brother, and we learn that they did it to raise awareness about breast cancer.

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At the end of the video, we read:
Ladies, don’t forget to check out your own breasts too. Early detection saves lives.

According to the official website of BreastCancer.org. about 1 in 8 US women will develop invasive breast cancer over the course of her lifetime.

October was the month of breast cancer awareness and even though we still advising our mothers, sisters, and wives to do self assessment in order to detect lumps early if they exist for early treatment and a better chance of survival.