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Woman finds Statue of Liberty sexually fulfilling

Sunday July 22, 2012 06:35:14 PMIANS

London: A 27-year-old British woman has flown to New York four times to see the Statue of Liberty as she finds it "sexually fulfilling".

Amanda Whittaker from Leeds says she is in love with the 151-feet statue, The Sun reported.

"It was like lightning between us. It was sexually and emotionally fulfilling. Libby satisfies my lovemaking needs," she said.

After her fixation began in 2007, Whittaker turned her Leeds home into a shrine to the statue. She has a six-feet replica, hundreds of smaller models and US flags.

The woman - who recently changed her surname to Liberty - said she even thought about marrying it.

She sang to the statue, blew it kisses and felt its base.



 



 

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