A SULTRY 73-year-old is proving age is just a number as she turns the heads of men 50 years younger in her skin-tight mini-dresses -–after splashing out more than £10,000 on cosmetic surgery.
Pensioner Jane Pesch, of Swadlincote, shuns the comfy pants and knitted cardigans usually associated with pensioners, instead opting for skyscraper heels and fishnet stockings.
While her OAP friends are collecting their pensions, the widowed mum-of-three and great-great aunt flies across Europe to go under the knife in Poland to keep her size 10 figure and youthful looks in check.
She forks out £300 every two months on botox to keep wrinkles at bay, and even spent £4,000 on a necklift because she felt gravity was giving her age away.
And after a facelift and a breast implants, she's finally satisfied with her looks – and since husband Walter, an engineer, passed away three years ago, has even turned to internet dating sites to find a toyboy to take her out on the town.
Retired secretary Jane said: "People are gobsmacked when I tell them I'm 73 – they think I'm joking.
"Part of it is the way I look, but it's down to my mindset as well – I just don't feel old.
"I have friends my age who dress much more conservatively than me who say, 'I wish I could wear what you do.'
"Just because I'm in my eighth decade, I don't see why I should fade into the background.
"Overall I've spent just under £10,000 on cosmetic procedures but I worked hard before I retired.
"I don't see why I shouldn't be able to use some of the hard-earned money I managed to save."
Svelte Jane works hard to maintain her 8st 7lb frame – spending up to half an hour on her exercise bike each morning.
Mother-of-three Jane said: "Sometimes my boys will raise an eyebrow at what I'm wearing.
"I'm just looking for a bit of fun, that's all."