WEIRD STUFF: Woman in love with toy plane

March 08, 2022

Woman in love with toy plane

A woman in Hungary is in a relationship with a toy plane. The female from Budapest, who has only been named as Sandra, claims that she shares a bed with the toy jet and kisses it every morning and night.

She describes the plane as the "best partner she's ever had".

Sandra said: "I don't know why I love him, I just love him.

"He's beautiful and my soulmate. He is the first thing I see in the mornings, and the last thing when I go to sleep.

"I wouldn't have it any other way."

Sandra has been passionate about planes since she was a child, and even secured a job working in the aviation industry last year.

She added: "I have never felt like this with a partner before. For the first time in my life I am in love."


Brain tumour blamed from man's rapid growth

A man became one of the UK's tallest people after suffering from a brain tumour.

Andrew Smith, 60, grew to 7 foot 6 inches tall and went up four shoe sizes in the space of just a few months.

The growth was caused by a tumour on his pituitary gland, which was first diagnosed in 2014, and also made his personality change.

His youngest daughter, Sarah, told the Metro newspaper: "It was like he was a completely different person at times, and because it was on the growth part of his brain, his whole body grew.

"He went to a ridiculous size and looked like a giant. His growth was out of control. He went from a size 11 shoe to a size 15, and from 6 foot 5 inches tall to 7 foot 6 inches.

"It all happened quite quickly, over about six months."


Coldest man on earth

A man spent more than three hours in ice to break a Guinness World Record.

Valerjan Romanovski spent three hours and 28 minutes with his body submerged in ice on a street in Wilno as he maintained full body contact with the cold stuff for long enough to smash the previous benchmark of two hours and 35 minutes -- which had been set by Frenchman Romain Vandendrope.

Romanovski, an endurance enthusiast, explained that he had spent six months training for the record.

He told Guinness: "I have been dealing with the cold for several years.

"Half a year before the record, there was a decision made to try my strengths in this discipline. I did a few trainings, after which I decided that the record was within reach.

"Workouts are not difficult for me. My body is prepared for them. I like new challenges."

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