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A Manchester woman who took a tumble from her Wii Fit board is suffering an earth-moving side effect of the Nintendo-related mishap: she's now a nymphomaniac.

"Randy" Amanda Flowers, 24, was diagnosed with "persistent sexual arousal syndrome due to a damaged nerve", the Daily Star explains. She's susceptible to the "slightest of vibrations", with anything from mobile phones to food processors guaranteed to give her a buzz.

She said: “It began as a twinge down below before surging through my body. Sometimes it built up into a trembling orgasm.”

The Star says the Harpurhey catering worker now requires "10 sex sessions a day", although since she's currently single she'll have to make do with food processors, or preventative measures.

Flowers explained: “With no cure I just have to try to control my passion by breathing deeply."

She supposedly concluded: "Hopefully one day I’ll find a superstud who can satisfy me.” ®

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