A student has launched a crowdfunding page to reduce her natural 34J breasts - because they keep knocking drinks over.

Amber Roach, 20, is hoping to raise £5,000 for a breast reduction operation for her “cartoon boobs” which make it hard to get out of bed.

The law student says her boobs, which weigh more than a stone, leave her unable to do basic things such as play sport or pass people in pubs.

Amber, from Watford, told The Sun: "Everyone always thinks of big boobs as a good thing and I know, in so many ways, I am blessed.

"But the truth is they are ruining my life.

Amber, 20, says she is unable to do basic things like play sport or walk past people in pubs

“I just can’t get past people in a pub or a club. If I stand up or turn around I knock glasses flying.

"I can’t even go into smaller shops or boutiques because I knock everything off the shelves."

Amber, who weighs nine stone and is 5ft 3in tall, said it has got to a point now where she has to hold in her boobs to get past people.

She is hoping to reduce to a D cup, but said the NHS cannot operate on her because her breasts fall under the size threshold.

Amber is hoping to raise £5,000 for the reduction op

Amber said the most frustrating thing about having large breasts is that she cannot play sport.

The former county-level athlete claims she has not been able to play netball or run for three years. She also played football, rugby, trampolining and did various athletics but now she says she cannot have the "stress release of sport".

She hopes having a reduction will allow her to live a "normal life" because she says she currently finds it hard for men to take her seriously.

Writing on her GoFundMe page, Amber said her back is in "constant agony" and said a physio told her six years ago that she will have severe issues before she turns 40 if nothing is done.

She wrote: "I am hoping to get a reduction on the basis that my back is in constant agony. It has to support the extra 1.1stone on my chest.

Amber says she has wanted breast reduction surgery since she was 16

"This causes the bottom half of my back to slowly wear away whilst my upper back is overworking, which has caused an imbalance in my posture.

"I was told by my physio in 2014 that if I do not follow an exercising routine for my back, that I will have severe issues before my 40s. I have recently contacted my Doctor addressing my pain and I now frequently take paracetamol, Naproxen and Codeine all day every day. This is not healthy."

Amber said she has wanted a breast reduction ever since she was 16.

Her fundraising page continued: "I was turned away from my doctor as I was told to wait until I was 18 to have them removed. I returned at 18 and since then I have been referred twice for a reduction on the NHS for free (each referral process takes a few months).

Amber says the NHS cannot operate on her because her breasts fall under the size threshold

"I was denied a reduction, this was because I believed I was a 34GG and the threshold was an H cup, however, my BMI was perfect for the criteria. I was then remeasured at M&S, and found out I was a 34J.

"I was then referred again in January 2020, but unfortunately Covid-19 happened and the process was cancelled."

Amber also said buying suitable clothes is a struggle, writing: "Basic things like buying bras and clothes seems impossible as its hard to find a top to fit my chest and my small waist and if I do find a bra/clothes, it is usually really expensive.

Finishing her appeal, Amber said: "I  have truly exhausted all options (changes of bra, different exercises, physio, pain killers etc). I will be thankful for any donation as it will help change my lifestyle significantly. 

"If you cannot donate, please reply with suggestions that could help me."

Her page has so far raised £1,564 of the £5,000 target.