A woman who underwent a dramatic plastic surgery transformation has shared how she was unable to renew her driving licence because she now looks so different.
Denise Rocha, a 39-year-old lawyer from Sao Paulo, Brazil, spent a whopping £250,000 on altering her appearance.
She revealed that when she tried to get a new driving licence, the staff "questioned by staff" her identity and asked for another form of identification.
She said: "They didn't believe it was me. I understand their work and I know they really need to check it out, but it was a really funny situation and I didn't expect it."
Known as the "world's hottest lawyer," online, Denise admitted that she never thought her procedures would lead to such a situation. She said it was "unthinkable" for her to be asked if she was really herself.
However, she managed to convince the staff at the transit department (DETRAN) in Sao Paulo and got her new licence.
Denise, a lawyer and OnlyFans model, often shares sizzling snaps to earn extra cash. Despite some doubters, many of her loved ones back her OnlyFans venture, especially after seeing the profits.
She's been open about her numerous cosmetic procedures, including Botox, skin peeling, three boob jobs, nose job, liposuction and "intimate surgery".
Denise has also challenged those who think she can't be brainy and beautiful. She refuses to let others' "limiting beliefs" affect her life or work. "There is still a thought for some people that a lawyer cannot be beautiful and smart," she said.
Her stunning looks have sometimes complicated her love life. She identifies as sapiosexual, meaning she's attracted to intelligence. But because of her appearance, men often wrongly assume she's not clever.
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She finds it hard to find men who can match her in intellectual conversations. She told The Mirror that she gets turned off when men can only talk about one topic, as it shows they're not interested in learning new things.
She said: "There is no perfect man, but the concept of the term sapiosexual - for me - involves a set of factors. As an example, I like to be next to a man I can talk to about a variety of subjects, and who doesn't get stuck talking about just one subject.
"For example, if you are in a certain profession [but] you can only talk about it, [and] general subjects are not positioned, [it means] that you are not interested in acquiring different knowledge. This set of factors, for me, adds to a man."
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