Tatiana Savitskaya (right) won the competition. Photos by Yaroslav Debely / [Korrespondent.net](http://gallery.korr.ru/showbiz/1621).
Miss Wet T-Shirt contest took place in Kiev on July 25. Tatiana Savitskaya (17), a student of the Kiev Institute of International Relations, won the competition. She got a trip to Turkey and the opportunity to get on the cover of one of the men’s magazines.
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Tatiana Kozhevnikova with her balls. Photos: intimfitness.com.
A Russian woman has set a new world record, lifting a 14-kg glass ball with her vagina muscles. Tatiana Kozhevnikova of Novosibirsk, aged 42, has been exercising her intimate muscles for fifteen years. Read More
Officials in Kazakhstan say they [have a found](http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/worldnews/article-1164503/Is-woman-really-old-LIGHT-BULB-Oldest-person-world-set-celebrate-130th-birthday.html) a woman who will this week celebrate her 130th birthday, making her 16 years older than the oldest known human currently living.
Sakhan Dosova — a mother of ten — says she has never visited a doctor nor eaten sweets. She is addicted to cottage cheese and puts her longevity down to her sense of humour.
Her date of birth is said to be 27 March 1879, and it is clearly shown on her documents including her Soviet era passport and independent Kazakhstan identity card.
Alexandra Kummer (24) works in Lush shop at Alexanderplatz. Photo: Reuters.
In Berlin, beautiful employees of British cosmetics firm Lush [unwraped themselves](http://www.thesun.co.uk/sol/homepage/news/article1559375.ece) for the campaign against excessive wrapping in beauty products and toiletries.
They [argue](http://www.bild.de/BILD/berlin/aktuell/2008/08/14/schoenste-demo-von-berlin/im-kosmetikladen-lush.html) that unnecessary plastic packaging is contributing to climate change.
To reduce their impact on the environment, Lush sell soaps and massage oil bars that have little or no packaging at all.
Last year same campaign was driven by employees of the Lush shop in [Wimbledon](http://www.yourlocalguardian.co.uk/news/1541894.shop_staff_strip_off_in_protest_at_packaging/).