A 21-year-old woman from Poland is attempting to travel to cities around the world to reach her goal of having sex with 1000,000 men.
Ania Lisewska said she plans to spend at least 20 minutes with each partner on a journey she hopes will take her around the world.
“I want men from Poland, Europe and all around the world. I love sex, fun and men,” Ms Lisewska said.
“In Poland the subject of sex is still taboo and anyone who wants to fulfill their sexual fantasies is considered a deviant, a whore or mentally ill.”
Ms Lisewska began her challenge in Warsaw last month and reportedly plans to f**k her way across Poland before conquering neighbouring nations.
The 21-year-old has reportedly already had 284 sexual partners despite having a serious boyfriend.
Her current partner said he was “not thrilled” with his girlfriend’s hobby but “had come to terms with it”.
Ms Lisweska’s bizarre quest has led some in the media to question her claims.
The 21-year-old said she has set up a website to facilitate her rendezvous but, unlike the Pole herself, it appears not to have seen much action — perhaps because it does not work, except for the front page.
Other sceptics have questioned the feasibility of her plan — bedding 100,000 men for 20 minutes each would take almost four years not allowing time for anything else.
Ms Lisewska has also said the she is aiming for the Guinness Book of World Records but the prestigious publisher has never judged sexually-related records.
She has also shunned media requests.
Paul Yempe, who passed himself off as a journalist working for the US-based Cable News Network (CNN), succeeded in swindling key officials of the Bayelsa State government, SaharaReporters has discovered. Our sources in the state and within law enforcement disclosed that the fraudster obtained various sums of money running into millions of naira from state officials who were desperate to receive favorable coverage about the state beset by rising insecurity and incessant kidnappings.
Investigations by SaharaReporters revealed that Allison Okuro, the secretary to the Bayelsa government, as well as Martins Fefegha, the state’s commissioner of Information, were among the victims who lost money in the fraudulent deal that was recently exposed.
A source said the fake reporter had moved round several government ministries, departments and agencies collecting bribes before his luck ran out.
Our reporter learned that Mr. Okuro, a professor, had offered hotel accommodation to the imposter and had written a memo seeking the release of funds for a phony documentary promised by the fake reporter in addition to advance cash payments to Mr. Yempe.
Contacted to react on his involvement, the Commissioner for Information declined to state the amount of money he had advanced to the fake journalist. He however admitted that there were plans to lodge money into the reporter’s account before the deceptive deal came to limelight.
Mr. Yempe was taken into custody when he approached the Bayelsa State Commissioner for Energy to solicit funds for an interview for a supposed documentary to be aired on CNN.
Police spokesman Alex Akhigbe confirmed the arrest, but said the case was still being investigated. He declined to mention the number of officials fleeced of cash by the fake reporter or to reveal the amount involved.
A reporter in Bayelsa told SaharaReporters that Mr. Yempe is a senior staff of Radio Rivers in Port Harcourt.
CNN could not immediately confirm if it has any connection with the suspected fake reporter.
SOURCE- Sahara Reporters