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Obese woman in Britain gets paid S$2,700 a month showing how she gets stuck in tight spaces

KUALA LUMPUR — An obese woman in the United Kingdom is drawing a monthly income of £1,500 (S$2,720) from people wanting to see footage of her getting stuck in tight spaces.

Ms Danielle Birch, who weighs 222 kg, sells videos of her size 36 physique getting stuck in a series of doorways — as well as standing next to smaller people.

Ms Danielle Birch, who weighs 222 kg, sells videos of her size 36 physique getting stuck in a series of doorways — as well as standing next to smaller people.

KUALA LUMPUR — An obese woman in the United Kingdom is drawing a monthly income of £1,500 (S$2,720) from people wanting to see footage of her getting stuck in tight spaces.

Ms Danielle Birch, who weighs 222kg, uploads videos of her size 36 physique getting stuck in a series of doorways — as well as standing next to smaller people, Daily Star reported.

The 25-year-old, who lives in Plymouth, Devon, charges between £2.90  and £7.30 per video and insists that her content is “non-pornographic”.

Ms Birch claimed that she shares her videos simply for men to admire bigger women.

“There’s a lot of interest in seeing how my weight affects my daily life," she said. “I used to wear baggy clothes to try and hide my weight but sharing my body online has boosted my confidence."

Ms Birch charges £2.90 for five-minute videos, which usually involve her trying on an outfit, and £7.30 for a 20-minute video.

“The longer ones might be a car tour, which would show how I fit into one and others might be me getting stuck in a doorway," she said.

“Another video could involve squashing a smaller man or sitting in a hot tub causing the water to overflow.”

Ms Birch said her videos have helped other women to start loving their bodies, but was quick to add that she was not promoting obesity.

As her weight was affecting her mobility, Ms Birch said she has started to reduce her calorie intake to 2,500 from 5,000 per day, adding that she would not want to stay this size forever.

“I know this weight isn’t healthy but at the moment, I am fine with no underlying medical conditions.” MALAY MAIL

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