‘My boobs were holding me back’: Meet the mature criminology fresher who had her implants taken out to fight crime

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Most people who join the police get into shape first or brush up on their knowledge of the law. 

But buxom Hannah Sadowska had her 32GG boob job reversed so she could sign up to the force.

The 33-year-old Glyndwr fresher and ex-model has had her silicone implants taken out  bringing her down to a D cup  so she can join the North Wales Police fast track scheme.



Mum Hannah, of Wrexham, is a criminology fresher and had her implants taken out after seeing a cruel text sent about her.

She said: “I’ve always wanted to go into the police.

“But with a 32GG cup, who would take me seriously? You could join the police fast track scheme if you had 25HH implants but you can’t wrestle a criminal to the ground.

“My boobs were holding me back. Society brands you a slapper if you have implants, people think you party all the time and go out with a different person every night.

“The straw that broke the camel’s back was when I saw a text sent behind my back from a police sergeant saying, ‘I see you’re still hanging around with that prostitute’.

“If she thinks that, can you imagine what the rest of the police might think? So I thought, sod it, I’ll give it a go.”



Hannah, who used to model and now owns a successful business selling sports bras for large-chested women, found the operation incredibly painful.

She said: “I woke up screaming. It was the most painful thing I’ve ever had to go through.

“It’s been nearly two months now, so I’m running again and feeling fine.

“My advice to young girls would be to never put yourself through it. If you’re considering implants, listen to your surgeon and don’t go 4000 sizes too big.

“People don’t recognise me now. I feel different, more elegant. I feel like I fit into normal society more.”



She has taken the police entrance test, been to an interview and passed the medical check-up.




When she becomes an officer, Hannah hopes to specialise in serious organise crime or child abuse units.

She added: “I want to be taken seriously, not look like a stripper in a fancy dress copper’s outfit.”