Talk to the Press client Zoe Turner (the girl saved by her tight dress) appearing on Good Morning Britain (and we take you behind the scenes…)
You may have seen the press coverage for 21 year old woman whose £35 bodycon dress saved her life in near death car crash. When Zoe Turner contacted us with her story we knew a number of publications would be interested with an interview. She told how her body con dress saved her life after she suffered multiple injuries in a car crash.
Incredibly, doctors told Zoe that her tight attire stopped her bones from popping out and piercing her vital organs. Had the 21-year-old graduate not been donning the £34.99 garment from online retailer Misguided she would not be here today. She said: “I couldn’t believe my dress saved my life. That’s the best £35.00 I’ve ever spent. Although I didn’t come off lightly, the end result could have been a lot worse.”
Incredibly, doctors told her that had she not been wearing a bodycon dress, she would be dead. “He went on to tell me that if I hadn’t worn such a tight dress which held in place my bones as the car impacted,” she continues, “I would have most definitely punctured vital organs as my bones went out of place.”
We put Zoe’s story out on the news wires and it made in The Mirror, The Sun, The Mail, The Star, The Express, The Telegraph and the Times. Across the pond, it made in the New York Post! This week, Zoe went on Good Morning Britain and told Susanna Reid and Ben Shepherd about her amazing story. We are now in the process of securing her a magazine deal.
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