page contents
Connect with us

News

Meet the woman who Fall In Love With Her Own Chandelier and Proposes To It

Published

on

Amanda Liberty is a 33-year-old British woman who has developed a bizarre attraction to objects has fallen in love with her chandelier and has even proposed to the thing.

According to report, Amanda Liberty, A ‘Objectum Sexual’ from Leeds, claims she fell in love at first sight after seeing the chandelier listed on eBay last year.

She bought the light fitting – now affectionately called Lumiere – from the seller in Germany for £400, and it arrived six days later. Now, she regularly showers Lumiere with cuddles and kisses, even proposing on Valentine’s Day and presenting the light with an engagement ring.

‘Last Valentine’s Day I proposed to her, to signify our long-lasting love,’ Amanda said. ‘I hope at some point we will have a commitment ceremony. I haven’t been engaged before, so it’s very new and exciting!’

However, rather scandalously, Amanda goes to bed with a completely different chandelier – a smaller and thinner one called Jewel.

But she insists that she is in an open relationship with all 25 (!) of her chandeliers, and that they’re all genuinely happy with the arrangement.

‘None of my chandeliers are jealous of each other,’ Amanda said. ‘They understand that I love them all for their different personalities. ‘For example, I love kissing and cuddling Lumiere, but I sleep with Jewel every night as she is portable and very nice to cuddle.’

Amanda first realised she was sexually attracted to objects when she fell in love with a drum kit at the age of 14.

Then, on a trip to the US years later, she fell in love with the Statue of Liberty – whom she affectionately calls ‘Libby’.

After this whirlwind romance, she changed her own last name to ‘Liberty’ in 2010 by Deed Poll. ‘I’ve always loved the look of chandeliers and when I saw my first chandelier, Luna, it was love at first sight,’ she said. ‘You can’t control who you fall in love with and things just went from there.’

Amanda claims her feelings are totally natural, and that she can ‘sense the energy’ coming from the chandeliers and other inanimate objects.

She said: ‘I want others to see how happy the chandeliers make me, and how much they’ve enriched my life. ‘I’m not hurting anyone by entering into a relationship with them. I am simply just following my heart.’

Crime

Kenyan Bishop Bags 75 Years Jail Term For Defiling Three Girls

Published

on

A bishop accused of defiling three girls he was living with at an orphanage, infecting one of them with HIV has now sentenced to 75 years in prison.



Kisumu Resident Magistrate Pauline Mbulika found him guilty of three counts of defilement and deliberate transmission of HIV.

Joseph Agutu had promised to sponsor the minors before he started defiling them.

Agutu who hid his face from the cameras as police escorted him out of the solitary cell to Kodiaga Maximum Prison, had maintained his innocence throughout the proceedings.

He was charged with committing the crime against the girls between April and July 2016. One of the girls is aged 14 while two are 15 years old.

IMG-20180912-WA0030

The court heard that the accused intentionally committed the crime and deliberately infected one of the minors with HIV.

The accused also reportedly touched the girls inappropriately on various dates between April and July 12, 2016. In addition, Agutu also faced an alternative charge of touching the private parts of the minors.

Four prosecution witnesses pointed an accusing finger to the Bishop with the minors recounting the sexual encounters that the man subjected them to.

FOLLOW US ON:
 INSTAGRAMLINKEDINYOUTUBETWITTER & FACEBOOK

One of the minors who is an orphan painfully narrated to the court how the bishop lured her and her grandmother to the trap.

“My grandmother brought me to him and he promised to sponsor my education. My grandmother went back home and left me with him at the church,” said the minor.

After a while, she told the court, the bishop defiled her and called the other girl and defiled them too as she slept on the floor. She said they were crying throughout the ordeal.

The court heard that the following morning the bishop refused to allow them to go to school but instead ordered them to go to church.

TO DOWNLOAD OUR MOBILE NEWS APP CLICK HERE
WATCH RUSSIA 2018 HIGHLIGHTS HERE

Continue Reading

Business

Mitsubishi exits thermal coal sector, sells stakes in Australia mines

Published

on

Japan’s Mitsubishi has said it will sell its stakes in two Australian thermal coal mines for A$750-million, a move that means its exit from upstream thermal coal amid growing pressure from environmental activists.




The stake sales comes as a growing number of companies and pension funds across the globe are divesting assets or companies that generate revenues from fossil fuels, particularly coal.

Thermal coal, used to power turbines to produce electricity, has fallen out of favour with investors worried about pollution and greenhouse gases.

Mitsubishi will sell its 31.4% stake in Clermont coal mine to a joint venture between Glencore and Sumitomo, and its 10% stake in Ulan coal mine to Glencore, it said in a statement.

The deals are aimed at optimising its asset portfolio, Mitsubishi said.

IMG-20180912-WA0030

For Mitsubishi, which decided to sell its interest in two other thermal coal mines in Australia last year, the latest deals will mean an exit from thermal coal operations, although its coking coal operation will remain a key asset for the trading house.

The Clermont deal, expected to be completed in 2019, will bring the Glencore-Sumitomo joint venture’s stake in the mine to nearly 81.5%, Sumitomo said in a separate statement.

FOLLOW US ON:
 INSTAGRAMLINKEDINYOUTUBETWITTER & FACEBOOK

“The acquisition will allow us to continue stable supply of high-quality thermal coal to our existing customers, including Japanese utilities,” a Sumitomo spokesman said.

Sumitomo’s share of the Clermont purchase means it will pay about 23-billion yen for a 15.7% stake in the mine, he said.

Sumitomo has no plans to invest in any new development projects for thermal coal mines, given the serious concerns over climate change, the spokesman said.

TO DOWNLOAD OUR MOBILE NEWS APP CLICK HERE
WATCH RUSSIA 2018 HIGHLIGHTS HERE

Continue Reading

Facebook

Advertisement
Advertisement

Trending

Copyright © 2018 Anttention Media. All rights reserved