A morbidly obese model is trying to become the world’s fattest woman and her boyfriend is there to help.
Monica Riley already weighs around 700 pounds, but she is setting her sights high by aiming for the 1,000 pound benchmark, still a couple hundred short of the record.
Monica, a 27-year-old from Fort Worth, Texas, also plans on never moving again, spending the rest of her life as a stationary being, while her boyfriend Sid Riley feeds her double cream through a tube, according to the Daily Mail.
Monica eats more than 8,000 calories a day with the help of Sid, who cooks for her all day and feeds her when it becomes difficult for her to do so.
— Monica (@PurpleWings919) July 1, 2016
Monica, who took her boyfriend’s last name despite not having yet been married, says that becoming immobile and having Sid become her servant would make her feel like a queen.
“It’s a sexual fantasy for us and we talk about it a lot. He already has to help me get off the sofa and get me out of bed,” Monica explained.
“If I lay down after a big dinner he has to help me roll over because my belly is too full for me to roll — it’s a big turn-on for both of us.”
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— Monica (@PurpleWings919) June 6, 2016
“I have 20,000 online fans and they love to watch the funnel feeding — it’s a big hit,” she said according to the New York Post.
An example of her daily food intakes includes, a big bowl of cereal, six biscuits, six sausages in a bread roll, two weight gain shakes, large order of french fries, 30 chicken nuggets, four McChicken sandwiches, four double cheeseburgers, a large helping of macaroni and cheese, a gallon of ice cream and a certain amount of Taco Bell, reports the New York Post.
But she says food isn’t the only thing she desires. Monica has been trying to have a child, but has experienced two miscarriages.
“We do plan to have children — there’s nothing to stop me raising a child from my bedroom,” she said.
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