Man goes viral, again, for BIZARRE romantic relationship – with his car!

He’s in love with his car… literally!

In 2012, Nathaniel was featured on “My Strange Addiction” for his rather unorthodox relationship with his 1998 Chevy Monte Carlo. He claims that the two are in a romantic relationship, and even explained how they “have sex.”

Despite the airing of his episode being so long ago, clips on YouTube are going viral across the globe, once again shedding light on the stranger side of humanity.

“I like to lean over his fender and across his hood and kind of press up against him,” he said, explaining how his ‘relationship’ with the vehicle he named “Chase” works. It is presumed that “Chase” is in the relationship of his own volition, and consents to all sexual acts.

**Warning for content some will find disturbing, and nearly everyone will find extremely strange**

Nathaniel and others like him find themselves sexually and romantically attracted to inanimate objects due to “Objectophilia,” a condition that some believe is linked to Autism.

Another example of this “fetish” making the news is the case of Sarah Rodo, who claims her model Boeing 737 is her “boyfriend” and she wishes to marry it.

“I love everything about him, but particularly his face, wings and engine — they’re so sexy to me,” she said of her plane, named “Dicki.”

“Some people don’t understand my love but my friends took my coming-out very well and encouraged me.”

Social media reaction to the clips going viral is… pretty much what one would expect:

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