Sex sur­vey hi­jacked by dirty call­ers

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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.”

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