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An Australian woman spends 4 days in the hospital because of her too-tight skinny jeans. And she looked real hot, too!

You’re probably familiar with the old adage, “looks can kill” or “those jeans are to die for!"Now you can add "those skinny jeans look like they might kill you!” to your lexicon because an Australian woman was sent the hospital for four days because her jeans were too tight.

To get herself the the hospital, she had to drag her body through a park into a more public area until someone found her and called an ambulance. Doctors said that the tightness of her jeans on her calves caused “compartment syndrome where pressure builds up inside an enclosed space in the body.” She lost all feeling in her legs and if she had come into the hospital any later, she could have had permanent muscle and nerve damage, and perhaps even kidney damage.

But did we mention just how good she looked? Because she looked real, real smokin’. The jeans were actually so tight on her body that doctors had to cut them off her. That is sort of sexy, though, right? Like that is definitely straight from a sexy-doctor porno. Researchers from the Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery & Psychiatry wrote up her case in an article titled, “Fashion victim: rhabdomyolysis and bilateral peroneal and tibial neuropathies as a result of squatting in ‘skinny jeans,’ ” which is a long boring science way to say “Very sexy lady in really tantalizing jeans hurts her sexy legs.” Awoooogha!

Man, we did not intend for this story to get so hot so quick. Of course, it is great this woman is OK and after four days in the hospital is able to walk again on her own, but think of how bad things would have been if she hadn’t ever worn these sexy jeans? Ultimately, what a good problem to find herself in. She’s totally fine and the world gets to know about those risqué pants she wore. Keep wearing jeans that threaten your life, ladies! It is definitely worth it! Hubba hubba!

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