A Brazilian woman who is trying to raise funds for her village has sold her virginity online for $780,000. The 20-year-old phys-ed student will be deflowered by a Japanese businessman. She argues that she is not a prostitute as she will only do this once. Follow link for full story, video and pics.
This, according to ninemsn:
A Brazilian woman has sold her virginity for $780,000 in an online auction organised by a Melbourne filmmaker.
Catarina Migliorini, a 20-year-old physical exercise student, had volunteered to sell her virginity as part of a documentary by Justin Sisely.
Last night the auction was reportedly finalised with a Japanese man, identified only by the name Natsu, agreeing to pay $780,000.
Mr Sisely told ninemsn that Ms Migliorini is ecstatic about the sale and had not expected this amount of interest.
“The auction closed at 10pm last night and Catarina is extremely excited. She was speaking to her family in Brazil online, and they were extremely happy for her,” he said.
“But I guess they didn’t expect her to do something like this.”
The winner, Natsu, fended off strong competition from American bidders Jack Miller and Jack Right as well as an Indian national, Rudra Chatterjee.
Ms Migliorini has come under fire after news of the auction made headlines, with many likening the sale to prostitution.
“If you do it once in your life than you are not a prostitute, just like if you take one amazing photograph it does not automatically make you a photographer,” she said.
Very interesting – what do you think? They should also post pictures of the bid winner online. Would love to see the state of this guy.
See thumbnails below and press play on video above to see more of Catarina. There is another guy at the end of the video – he has nothing to do with the people in this article.
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