- A woman has left people scratching their heads after she claimed to be in love with an aeroplane
- She wants to marry the aircraft after having dated it for five years
- According to experts, the woman suffers from a mental condition known as objectophilia
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A 30-year-old claims to be in love with an aeroplane and want to marry it. The smitten woman says she’s been in a five-year relationship with the plane.
Michele Köbke from Berlin in Germany claims to be dating a Boeing 737-800 passenger jet and even refers to it as “darling”.
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Speaking to Sun UK, the woman said she finds the plane sexy and attractive. However, Michele admitted that being in a relationship with the flying machine can be quite difficult at times.
“I want to marry my sweetheart and live with him in a hangar – it’s just a special kind of love that doesn’t hurt anybody.”
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She realised her love for planes when she took her first flight in 2013. The next year she boarded a 737-800 and it was love at first sight.
She says the plane is everything she needs and keeps her happy.
According to experts, Michele suffers from objectophilia – a condition in which a person has a romantic attraction to inanimate objects.
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