Women who travelled to South Korea for plastic surgery stuck at airport

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Jian Hua Hua, a Chinese TV anchor, shared the photo on Weibo of the incident.

The women can be seen clutching their passports in the image, reportedly clicked at a South Korea airport during China's annual Golden Week holiday.

In the wake of this story going viral, a photo has been circulating on WeChat of four women with puffy, bandaged post-plastic surgery faces.

Three women have been barred from boarding a flight after plastic surgery left their faces unrecognisable. As per reports, the women opted for plastic surgery in South Korea during the long holiday and on the way back, they weren't recognised and had to wait for proof of identification. She joked that even their mothers wouldn't recognize them.

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Jian's post has since been removed, and the identity of the three women in the photo has not been established.

The group, who appear to be in their 20s, went under the knife and emerged with mugs so badly swollen that they looked like completely different people. They added that taking photos of the trio is not a crime either, but the act "reflects a lack of moral character".

South Korea is a popular destination for medical tourism and more than 500,000 Chinese residents are reported to travel overseas for plastic surgery each year. In addition, clinics are also required to provide documentation to prove the patients identity.

Unfortunately for these ladies, guess their doctors didn't get the memo.