Journalist Has Sex With Man Live On Air While Doing Segment On Swingers

Journalist Has Sex With Man Live On Air While Doing Segment On Swingers

A Danish journalist had sex with a man she was interviewing live on air during an interview for a segment on swingers. Louise Fischer, 26, could clearly be heard moaning during the two-minute feature, which took place at a club near Copenhagen. And while you might think she has some regrets about getting down and dirty at Swingland in Ishoj, Fischer has said the unplanned romp was actually a lot of fun.

  1. It started out innocently enough. During the segment, Fischer got a tour around Swingland and sat with the man she was interviewing over a glass of wine at the bar. Soon after, they went over to a round bed in the middle of the room and the man began touching her body. “It’s a big bed in the middle of a room they invite me up to. They want to show me what to do in a swinger club, then they start touching my body,” Fischer told BT.dk. Soon after, the sound of bodies slapping and loads of moaning can be heard. At one point, Fischer asks the man what he’s seeing, to which he replies, “A gorgeous woman.”
  2. To Fischer, it’s all part of the job. She said that not only did participating in the sexual experience make her Radio 4 interview subjects feel much more at east and comfortable opening up, but it also gave listeners much more of an insight into the reality of swingers clubs. “For me, it’s very natural. It is part of my job to give an insight into a world that not everyone has access to,” she explained.
  3. She’s single, so what’s the big deal? Fischer told German publication Bild that since she’s not in a relationship, that made the decision to get down and dirty a whole lot easier.” She added that even her parents were supportive of the decision, saying, “My mother just thinks it’s funny and laughs, my father thought it was really cool.”
  4. Fischer insists she wasn’t pressured into having sex. However, Radio 4 doesn’t have a problem with her diving right in. As the station’s head of news and current affairs, Tina Kragelund, said in a statement: “Louise makes a mature choice on the spot that makes sense for the program. We support that. Louise makes the choice herself and does nothing illegal or wrong as she is out on the reportage. And yes, we approve it before it is brought. I feel like I just think it’s cool when the reporters try to make the stories in a different way.”
Piper is a NYC-based writer who loves dogs, iced coffee, and calling people out on their BS.