A teenager has revealed the horrifying moment she woke up in a pear shaped body as her own body started to transform into a pear shape.
The Pear Body transformation episode, which began in 2017, shows the teenage girl’s body being turned into a large pear shape as she takes on the form of a pear.
The transformation is captured on film by the viewer.
Ms Pritchard was in the early stages of puberty when the episode took place.
“I was just really shocked,” Ms Prazich said.
“It was like I was looking into a mirror and it was really bizarre.”
I didn’t know what to think.
I was so excited that I was getting to be like that.
“As soon as I put my clothes back on, I started to feel a bit different.”
Ms Prahicch described the transformation as a “little bit of a shock”.
“I’d never been this upset before,” she said.
“But then my body started getting bigger and bigger and then my boobs started to pop out and then the little girl face started to get really, really big.”
When I looked at my body it was like a completely different person, but it’s just like I had a lot of fun.
“The whole experience was very surreal, I was just so happy that I had my body back.”
Ms Nee said she has had a “really hard time” coping with the transformation.
“The first time I woke up I was very nervous and really worried,” she explained.
“But then I got used to it and I started enjoying it a lot more.”
It just kind of came to a point where I started thinking about it more and I realised it was OK.
It was pretty weird,” she admitted. “
My body started becoming pear shaped.
It was pretty weird,” she admitted.
“Once I realised that it was just part of the process, I went back to being myself and enjoying myself.”
The episode was originally filmed on location at a children’s hospital in Canberra, and is now available for viewing on Facebook Live.
A spokeswoman for the hospital said it had received a number of requests for the video.
“A number of people have contacted us about it and the video has been uploaded to the video site,” she wrote in an email.
“We’re working to get it back to the hospital.”