3 women detained at airport due to plastic surgery

3 women detained at airport due to plastic surgery

3 women detained at airport due to plastic surgery

The women who were returning from South Korea to China were reportedly not allowed to leave the country because their faces did not match with their passport photos after they underwent plastic surgery.

The women are seen sitting at the airport, passports in hand, with their faces heavily bandaged and swollen from the surgery.

They showed officials their tickets and travel documents but still could not prove they were the same people in their passport photos.

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According to reports, the photo was first posted on Weibo by Chinese TV presenter Jian Huahua on Sunday and has since been taken down. Another commented, "Why can't you just love yourself the way you are?"

The Post references Asia Wire, which released a viral image of the women on Monday that was like over 51,000 times and shared over 23,000 times.

Three women travelling from China to South Korea realised this the hard way. Some hospitals offer certificates of identity to foreign patients so they can pass identity checks at the border, The New Yorker reported in 2015.

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South Korea is also a popular destination for travelers seeking to alter their appearance. Alves told reporters at the time of the incident.

Officers could not confirm they were the same people in their passport pictures because the two looked nothing alike, according to AsiaWire.

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