The Iowa Supreme Court has ordered a company that marketed a breast-enlargement device to pay up. Iowa’s Attorney General filed a consumer fraud lawsuit against the seller of a device known as “Stimulation VII.” The marketer claimed the device, which was a kind of pump, would permanently enlarge breasts and even regrow breasts that had been removed. The man who developed the device says he determined it worked with his “eyes” and his “common sense.” A district court judge told the “New Womyn” company to pay back any Iowa clients who’d bought the thing. The Iowa Supreme Court has rejected the company’s appeal, which means New Wowyn must pay the refunds and a 40-thousand dollar fine.