La plus belle paire de seins du monde (Roland Topor short story)  

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La plus belle paire de seins du monde (1986, English: The Most Beautiful Breasts in the World) is a short story by French writer Roland Topor collected in La plus belle paire de seins du monde.

It is the story of a man who crosses a woman in an elevator, upon which her breasts miraculously 'jump' to his body.

The story was made into a short film by Rainer Kaufmann as "Der schönste Busen der Welt" (1990)

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