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It almost makes perfect sense to the criminal mind.  If you want fake breasts, why not use a false ID?

A Broward woman is accused of stealing another woman’s ID to open up a credit card account that would fund her need for bigger breasts, police allege.

Shatarka Nuby, 29, faces credit card fraud charges after she charged $9,000 worth of cosmetic work under the name of an unsuspecting aspiring college student.


The victim eventually realized what was happening when she found out five credit cards had been opened in her name. One of the charges was to a local cosmetic surgery clinic, which said Nuby was scheduled to have breast enhancement surgery and liposuction.

Nuby has tried stealing IDs in the past and has been busted three times.

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