Sex survey hijacked by dirty callers
A GOVERNMENT sex survey has been hijacked by PERVS, who are calling women at random and asking about their love lives.
Sweden’s health department recently launched a nationwide survey on lovemaking, aimed at improving the quality of life.
But fake interrogators claiming to work for Statistics Sweden have been calling Swedish women and asking them obscene questions about their sex lives.
One victim – Hanna, 30, from the Halland province – said the man who presented himself by his full name “sounded serious” and claimed to be calling on behalf of SCB.
But she said after just five minutes the conversation began to become “inconvenient”.
She said: “First, there were serious questions about how many partners I have had, and so on.
“But the longer the conversation, the rougher it became.
“By the end, the questions were sick!”
However, Hanna still went through all the embarrassment in good faith, admitting it was a foolish thing to do.
She added: “You are used to doing what the authorities say, so I never doubted him properly except in my mind. But I feel duped, stupid and brainless.
“I feel angry and offended – both as a woman and as a person who shared such private things with a complete stranger.”