Wearing a hidden camera on her chest, Whitney secretly captured the fleeting glances and unabashed ogling directed at her ample cleavage.
Over the years, the month of October has become pretty much synonymous with Halloween. However, ghosts, zombies, and the sight of your 53-year-old boss in a sexy Handmaid's Tale costume aren't the only scary elements of this fall month. The 31-day period is also dedicated to breast cancer awareness across the globe with the international campaign aiming to help those affected by the deadly disease through early detection, education, and support. While it is a somewhat somber topic, 29-year-old Whitney Zelig found an impressively cheeky method to spread the message with a little help from her voluptuous girls.
Wearing a hidden camera on her chest, Whitney took a stroll through Manhattan in a low-cut tank top, secretly capturing the fleeting glances and unabashed ogles directed at her ample cleavage. The end result of Whitney's little experiment is a 1-minute long YouTube video that features some predictable stares, some surprising head turns, hilarious meme-esque moments, and more. The video begins with her adjusting her cleavage button camera and securing it into place on her top before leaving the apartment and pretty much the moment she steps out into the streets with a confident stride, the show begins.
Whitney's cleavage catches the attention of a waiter and a woman seated at the table he's serving in a restaurant's outdoor patio, and the clever placement of the camera leaves no doubt about what exactly they're checking out. Whitney takes her hidden camera for a stroll in the park and this is when things get really interesting. The video shows a man sneaking a peek at her chest while holding hands with a woman who appears to be his partner. The partner catches the subtle move and follows his stare to meet Whitney's breasts. What follows is the real-life enactment of this popular meme:
Humans weren't the only ones enamored by Whitney's breasts as the camera also captured a fluffy white dog panting directly at the hidden camera. Stares and double-takes greet her breasts wherever she goes and Whitney even scores a jaw-drop moment from an employee at a marketplace. She also caught the attention of Batman, the Statue of Liberty, and the Cookie Monster, or rather the people under those costumes. The Statue of Liberty lifting up her sunglasses to check out a woman's breasts is a sight even my wildest imagination couldn't have cooked up and I'm not sure how I feel about this now:
Whitney's amusing adventure ends with an important reminder that appears on the screen. "Ladies, don't forget to check out your own breasts too. Early detection saves lives," it reads. The video description adds, "Forty percent of diagnosed breast cancers are detected by women who feel a lump, so establishing a regular breast self-exam is very important. These exams are simple and only take seconds to do. Caught early, breast cancer has a 99% survival rate." According to Daily Mail, Whitney, whose mother is a breast cancer survivor, created the hilarious awareness video with her brother, Chris Zelig, and their best friend CJ Koegel. Chris and CJ previously created a similar video in 2014 for prostate cancer awareness and it has since garnered over 14 million views.