When Playboy celebrity Holly Madison insured her breasts for USD 1 million, she gave an explanation to it. She was insuring her only assets; the stuff that gets her money.

“If anything happened to my boobs, I’d be out for a few months and I’d probably be out a million dollars,” she said. Fox Business adds that “for celebrities, it’s really unnecessary because they’re generally not being insured for amounts they couldn’t cover.”

However, for Churchill, UAP insurance has invested in him because he’s one of the most celebrated comedians Kenya has ever had. He’s contributed to the industry by nurturing new talent.

According to The Star Newspaper, the new deal “covers public liability arising out of bodily injury and or property damage, sunk costs for event cancellation as well as image protector to cater for immediate costs necessarily incurred to assist persons injured in Churchill’s events for the next one year.”

Read more about other celebrities who have insured part of their bodies.