Milk of hu­man weird­ness

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AN odd­ball artist is sell­ing un­usal jew­ellery – made from BREAST MILK.

Ann Marie Sharoupim cre­ates the one-of-a-kind pieces us­ing her cus­tomer’s freshly squeezed boob juice.

The 28-year-old makes neck­laces, bracelets and ear­rings for new moth­ers who post their milk to her in spe­cial con­tain­ers.

Ann, from New Jer­sey, US, said: “They want to pre­serve the sweet­est, clos­est mo­ments they had with their lit­tle ones.

“I worked for months to come up with a way to cre­ate jew­ellery that would last.”

Phar­ma­cist Sharoupim turns the hu­man milk into a solid ma­te­rial to cre­ate her hand­made de­signs.

And she charges up to $100 (£70) for the un­usual ac­ces­sories which she sells on­line.

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