Woman claims to be in a five year relationship with a plane – and even plans to tie the knot!

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Michele Köbke. (PHOTO: Facebook)
Michele Köbke. (PHOTO: Facebook)

A woman claims she’s been in a five year relationship with an aeroplane and insists she wants to marry it!

Michele Köbke (30), from Berlin in Germany, considers herself in a relationship with the Boeing 737-800 passenger jet and even refers to it as “darling”.

The 30-year-old claims she’s in love with the aircraft and that she can’t get enough of it, Sun UK reports.

Michele Köbke. (PHOTO: Facebook)

“The 737-800 is very attractive and sexy to me. He’s the most beautifully built, and he’s a very attractive and elegant aircraft,” she said.  

However, Michele admitted that being in a relationship with the flying machine can be quite difficult at times.

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“I can only get close to him when I fly with him or when I can get to him in the hangar, which has only happened once in my life,” she revealed.

“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.”

Michele Köbke. (PHOTO: Facebook)

Michele realised she had a weakness for aeroplanes when she took her first flight in 2013, Mirror UK reports.

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The following year she boarded her first 737-800 and it was love at first sight, Malay Mail reports.

“I got so excited with boarding the plane, I realised I am in love with the 737-800,” she said.

Michele Köbke. (PHOTO: Facebook)

“My cheeks hurt from smiling, I’m the happiest woman in the world – when I’m with him I have everything I need."

According to experts, Michele suffers from objectophilia – a condition in which a person has a sexual or romantic attraction to inanimate objects.

Sources: Sun UK, Mirror UK, Malay Mail

 

 

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