The plastic surgery clinic where “Brazilian butt lift” Brit Leah Cambridge died is running a competition to win a free operation while her inquest is still under way.
The advert includes “before” and “after” snaps of the same type of procedure the tragic 29-year-old mum-of-three was undergoing when she died.
Leah paid £6,500 for the op, but died when a clot of fat taken from her waist and injected into her buttocks entered a vein and ended up blocking a major artery.
Her inquest was told yesterday the Brazilian butt lift is 10 times more dangerous than any other form of cosmetic surgery.
A representative from the Elite Aftercare clinic in Izmir, Turkey, refused to say at the inquest, in Wakefield, West Yorks, if the company would keep it on offer to clients.
But its Instagram page yesterday continued to display photos.
It asked former clients to tag in pals for the chance to win a free surgery package.
Despite Leah’s death, followers still seemed keen. One wrote: “Oh yes please! I’m coming over from Italy...’’
But yesterday consultant Simon Withey, of the Royal Free Hospital in London told the inquest the procedure had been banned in the UK.
He said: “Surgeons who know what they are doing and are doing things very safely will still have deaths.”
He added the op was still being conducted in the UK by rogue clinics.
The inquest is expected to conclude later today.