A JOURNALIST who interviewed a man while having sex with him at a swingers’ club has revealed what the wild parties are really like.
Louise Fischer, from Denmark, visited Swingland in Ishøj, near Copenhagen, earlier this year – to report on the club reopening as Covid-19 restrictions were relaxed.
Journalist Louise Fischer, 26, from Denmark, interviewed a man while having sex with him and the whole thing was tapedCredit: Instagram
And the 26-year-old interviewed a male party-goer while they were in the throws of passion.
In the clip, which aired during a morning Radio 4 show in March and was later shared on Twitter, the journalist can be heard moaning as she romps with the man.
Radio 4 captioned it: “Warning: It got hot and wet for both our reporter and the guests.”
The interview, in Danish, hears Louise asking: “What are you seeing right now?” and the man replies he is looking at a gorgeous woman who had not tried a swingers’ club before.
The interview was aired during a MORNING showCredit: Instagram
People can be heard panting and moaning on the recording
In other sections, people can be heard panting or “arghing” during sex.
While one guests tell Louise they like the parties “because it’s good food and great sex”.
Louise spent several hours chatting to fellow partiers, but the piece was cut down to a few short minutes for radio.
She also revealed what the party was really like – with guests enjoying a glass of wine at the bar before moving off to a huge bed.
Louise told BT: “It’s a big bed in the middle of a room, they invited me up. They wanted to show me what to do in a swinger club, then they started touching my body.”
Louise says having sex helped ‘loosen up’ the other guestsCredit: Instagram
This caption translates as ‘because it’s good food and great sex’
She said she hadn’t planned to have sex during the interview, but added: “For me, it’s very natural.
“It is part of my job to give an insight into a world not everyone has access to.”
She says her getting involved “loosened up the guests” who were initially “reluctant” to be interviewed.
Louise added: “It was cool that I somehow created trust by being a part of their world.”
She insists she wasn’t pressured into having sex by the radio station.
People were stunned by the boldness of the clip, with one listener writing: “It was just an excuse for a bang. It was completely unnecessary.”
Another wrote: “Things only women can do hehe. Had a man had sex on the radio, he would probably have had the whole country against him.”
But Louise told the Copenhagen Post she’s been showered with compliments, calling her “brave”, sending her “respect” and telling her “good journalism” on Instagram and Facebook.