Woman Wants to Set World Fatness Record, Her Boyfriend Is 100% Behind Her

Maybe “100% behind her” was not the best metaphor for “supportive.” If Sid Riley were standing 100% behind his girlfriend, Monica, he’d vanish.

Which would be detrimental to the 27-year-old Texan, who is relying on her beau to help her achieve her goal of becoming the world’s fattest woman.

Monica Riley, who is a model by profession (and who took her boyfriend’s last name), already tips the scale at 700 pounds, but she is setting her sights on the the 1,000-pound plateau on her way to the record.

A secondary goal is to become completely immobile, spending the rest of her life in bed, while Sid feeds her double cream through a tube.

If her ambition sounds unhealthy, it will sound unhealthier still when you learn the motivation. “It’s a sexual fantasy for us and we talk about it a lot,” she explains, adding:

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.

A video that the couple posted on YouTube shows her engaged in “belly play.” Watch at your own risk:

https://youtu.be/9LRyfT3-BGQ

Along with her job modeling for certain websites that specialize in “Big Beautiful Women,” Monica also gets paid by men to eat on video, as part of a food fetish. (You may be shocked to discover that at least two other morbidly obese women have stuffed their pie holes for cash.)

Monica boasts, “I have 20,000 online fans and they love to watch the funnel feeding — it’s a big hit.”

An example of her daily food intakes — which provide 8,000 calories — include a big bowl of cereal, six biscuits, six sausages in a bread roll, two weight-gain shakes, a 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 an unspecified amount of food from Taco Bell.

Monica allows as how food isn’t the only thing she desires. She 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.

This report, by Eric Lieberman, was cross-posted in slightly altered form by arrangement with the Daily Caller News Foundation.

 

 

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