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KINKY Krys­tal Webb can’t get enough of other women in bed and even prefers them to blokes.

The topless stunna, 30, who boasts 30G boobs, has been with women in the past and even worked as a porn star do­ing girl-on-girl scenes.

And the busty Birm­ing­ham beauty con­fessed work­ing there wasn’t hard as the lesbo lov­ing turned her on so much she’d def­i­nitely go back.

Krys­tal said: “I’ve been with a lot of girls in the past – and I would do it again in a flash.

“I used to do girl-on-girl films for a porn com­pany called Blue­bird TV and when I worked there, they were my favourite sorts of flicks to do.

“I re­ally en­joyed do­ing them and never had to act or feign en­thu­si­asm.

“I get re­ally turned-on by other women, and would never say no to sex with a girl.

“I’d def­i­nitely rather have a threesome with a girl and a guy, prob­a­bly be­cause I pre­fer girls to men!

“I love be­ing with girls and they can be so much more fun than guys. I would feel sorry for the guy in the threesome though, be­cause he’d get hardly any at­ten­tion!” A MAN who threw acid in the face of a jour­nal­ist on the doorstep of his home has been jailed.

Wil­liam Burns posed as a post­man be­fore throw­ing sul­phuric acid at Rus­sell Find­lay in De­cem­ber 2015.

Crime writer Mr Find­lay man­aged to over­power his at­tacker with the help of neigh­bours.

Burns, from Pais­ley, Ren­frew­shire, de­nied the at­tack but was found guilty of as­sault to cause se­vere in­jury and dan­ger of life fol­low­ing a trial at the High Court in Glas­gow.

Sen­tenc­ing Burns, 56, at the High Court in Aberdeen yes­ter­day, Judge Lord Matthews said he’d ap­par­ently car­ried out the “vi­cious, pre­med­i­tated at­tack” due to ob­ject­ing “to some­thing that your vic­tim wrote”, and told him he was “clearly a dan­ger­ous man”.

He said: “You have been con­victed of a vi­cious, pre­med­i­tated at­tack by the throw­ing of sul­phuric acid into the face of a jour­nal­ist on the thresh­old of his own home two days be­fore Christ­mas. AS­SAULT: Burns at­tacked jour­nal­ist with acid

“You were caught vir­tu­ally red-handed and your own ev­i­dence was an ob­vi­ous fab­ri­ca­tion from start to fin­ish, plainly be­ing made up as you were go­ing along.

“Leav­ing aside your ex­pla­na­tion why you were there, the only rea­son I can dis­cern for your ac­tions is that you ob­jected to some­thing that your vic­tim wrote.

“There are ways and means of deal­ing with griev­ances, real or imag­ined, against the me­dia and this was plainly not one of them.

“The free­dom of the press is an es­sen­tial tool in the ar­moury of any democ­racy and at­tacks of this na­ture will not be tol­er­ated.”

His sen­tenc­ing state­ment later added: “It is...well-known that acid has the po­ten­tial to cause cat­a­strophic dam­age and it is no thanks to you that that was not the case here.”

He handed Burns 10 years in jail with five years on li­cence fol­low­ing re­lease.

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