About 20% of the world has a condition called "Morton's toe" . . . where your second toe is longer than your big toe. That's one out of five people . . . which means it's really not a big deal.

But a 38-year-old aspiring model in Middlesex, England named Denise Whylie strongly disagreed.

Denise's second toe is longer than her big toe.

She also felt like her third toe was longer than it should be. So she decided to spend about $7,500 on toe reduction surgery.

Unfortunately, Denise didn't have that kind of money lying around. So last year, she stole a credit card and used it to pay for the surgery.

It took about two months to sort it out. She was arrested for fraud and conspiracy to commit fraud.

Now Denise is on trial, and she could be facing prison time.