News Corp is a network of leading companies in the worlds of diversified media, news, education, and information services. The budding groom, who remain anonymous, left people wondering who would say yes to his proposal after the “disgusting” idea. In a YouTube video titled ‘Engagement ring made from human nails’, the Japanese user ‘Kiwami Japan’ demonstrated the process of creating the unique piece of jewellery. He explained that he had saved up his finger nail clippings for 12 months, which he then blended and ground into a fine powder. This was in turn mixed with water in a pan, before being compressed with any excess liquid squeezed out again. The powder was next compressed inside a bolt, placed in the oven for 90 minutes, and the subsequent clay-like substance squeezed into a diamond mould. The video, which culminated with the dull black jewel being added to a band, left people reeling in horror when it was subsequently shared on Twitter. “Need a low-budget engagement ring? This man in Japan saved his fingernail clippings for a year – all to make a ‘diamond’” wrote The South China Morning Post when they shar...