Journalist Has Sex During Radio Interview For Segment On Local Swingers Club

Journalist Has Sex During Radio Interview For Segment On Local Swingers Club

[B&T warns this article contains themes that some readers may find offensive.] A segment that featured a female radio journalist reporting on a local swingers club while having sex with the man she was interviewing has, as you’d expect, gone viral.

Twenty-six-year old Louise Fischer (main photo) could be heard moaning as she chatted to the male participant during the two-minute segment that aired recently on Danish radio station Radio 4.

Fischer had been sent to the Swingland Club in Copenhagen to report on how the local swingers’ movement had coped during lockdown. The journalist admitted she’d not initially intended to have sex as part of her investigative report.

You can check out audio here, although it is in Danish.

“I don’t have a boyfriend, that definitely made it a lot easier,” Fischer told the German newspaper Bild after the segment aired.

“My mother just thinks it’s funny and laughs, my father thought it was really cool,” she added.

Fischer said much of the responses to her frisky report – which was actually done in March but only aired last week – “were very positive” with supporters describing it as “brave and cool”.

However, the young reporter did add that some listeners felt she’d “crossed the line in journalism”.

Fischer said: “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 added that her participation seemed to “relax” the other guests who were initially nervous about participating and being interviewed.

During her report a number of people can be heard having sex in the background while she pants as she audibly has intercourse with her interviewee.

Radio 4’s head of news, Tina Kragelund, told Danish site BT that the station supported the report’s physicality.

“I feel like I just think it’s cool when the journalists try to make the stories in a different way,” Kragelund said.

For her part, Fischer put a bit of a dampener on the fun of swinging describing the sex as “I enjoyed it, even though it wasn’t the best sex of my life.”

Before adding: “But the men in this club are very polite and very considerate. I felt like a goddess. They make you feel very special.”

Not that every listener approved of the reporter’s first-hand style.

“It was just an excuse for a bang. It was completely unnecessary,” wrote one person to Radio 4’s social media.

Another thought that Fischer only got away with it only because she was a woman.

“Had a man had sex on the radio, he would probably have had the whole country against him,” another penned.

 

 

 

 

 

 




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