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Angelyne Face Plants On A Beverly Hills Sidewalk
Local celebrity Angelyne may have just been undone by her epic top-heaviness -- in a video shot by TMZ, the buxom blonde can be seen toppling over face-first onto a Beverly Hills sidewalk.
The billboard queen was unloading things out of the trunk of her car, and when she turned to walk up onto the sidewalk, she face planted.
It all happens very fast, but to her great credit, Angelyne picks herself up and dusts herself off with epic speed and without the slightest display of embarrassment. Just a little bit, perhaps, of shock.
When she hits the ground, she lets out an "Oh shit!" and then, addressing the TMZ reporter, "Thanks a lot."
When the reporter then asks if she's OK, she says, "no," but puts her shoes back on and moves with an admirable quickness.
Watch the whole video here.
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