MULTIPLE NSW GIRLS have made a claim to their local supermarket after their cosmetic surgery was cancelled after a video went viral online.
The girls posted on social media on Thursday that they had been given a refund by the Sydney Grace supermarket, saying they were disappointed with the decision.
The videos went viral last month after they went viral in New South Wales.
The store did not respond to requests for comment on Friday.
Sydney Grace has been inundated with calls and emails since the video went online.
They are offering refunds for the cosmetic surgery they performed last year.
Sydney Girls and Women’s Sports Centre director of marketing Kim Latham said the store had received a number of calls and messages from customers upset by the video.
“We’ve received a lot of emails from parents and grandparents,” she said.
“[We] would like to reassure our customers that we are doing everything we can to ensure our girls’ sports facilities are as safe as possible.”
Ms Latham, who is also a consultant in sport and fitness, said that although the video had caused a stir on social networks, the shop’s policies and procedures had not changed.
It was important to be aware of the rules around this sort of thing, she said, adding that the store did follow them.
The Sydney Grace store said that cosmetic surgery can only be done with an approved surgeon.
There are a number requirements that must be met for cosmetic procedures to be considered a cosmetic surgery, including the consent of both the patient and surgeon.
The NSW Department of Health said that the centre does not conduct cosmetic surgery at its own expense, but provides services to its community through community programs.
A NSW Health spokesperson said cosmetic surgery is a private health procedure that can be done at its discretion, but the centre was required to follow its health and safety standards.
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