HITMAN IS JAILED 10 YEARS FOR ACID HORROR
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.