A 26-year-old model named Kirsty Grace was in Birmingham, England last month to audition for their Miss Universe pageant.
And as she was getting out of her car, a guy came up and tried to steal her purse. But here’s what he didn’t know: Kirsty is trained in Krav Maga. (Pronounced krahv-meh-gah.)
It’s a type of martial arts they use in the Israeli army . . . and it’s specifically designed so you can defend yourself in situations like the one Kirsty was in.
So even though she was in four-inch high heels, she managed to punch the guy in the face and kick him in the knee . . . which got him to let go of her purse and run away.
Then she went to the audition and nailed it . . . so she’ll be in the pageant next month.
The cops are trying to track down the guy who mugged her.
(Manchester Evening News)
BEYONCÉ just shelled out $312,000 on a pair of diamond-encrusted stiletto heels pictured here.
beyonce heels – We assume she got them in gold, because she shelled out $85,000 for a matching gold belt.
On the plus side, Beyoncé’s $397,000 might be tax-deductible, because the owner of the company says he was told she bought the stuff for her next video.
Well this explains why strippers risk horrible ankle sprains and debilitating foot pain to wear 13-inch high heels every night.
A new study out of France found the higher a woman’s heels, the more attractive she is to men.
The researchers had a 19-year-old woman stand on the street and ask men for help . . . once in flat shoes, once in two-inch heels, and once in three-and-a-half-inch heels. The higher the shoes, the more likely men were to stop.
In another test, they watched how many men at a bar approached a group of women in different sized heels . . . and men were much more likely to talk to the women when they were in higher heels.
The researchers say, quote, “The results showed that high heels were associated with greater sexiness, overall physical attractiveness, breast attractiveness, beauty, attractiveness to men, and willingness for a date.”