Paternity row over internet sex auction
And the winner is …
In the beginning, (of this saga of course) was an online sex auction … and a woman in Germany became pregnant. Six different men won the Internet auctions to have sex with the woman last year – April and May. Suddenly, the woman decided … hey, I gotta know my baby daddy so she sues the website that hosted the sale to reveal the names of the winners. :roll:
Apparently, the winners were only known to her by their online names, said a spokesman for a court in the southwestern city of Stuttgart.
Your perfect partner could be online right now...
What are you looking for?
"The woman wanted to discover which one of the men had made her pregnant," the spokesman said. "So she needed their contact details. Of course, if they're not willing to go along with the gene test, she'll have to take them to court."
The site’s operator however refused to reveal the true identity of the men, citing a confidentiality clause in its terms and conditions. So she takes them to court.
Guess who won this court battle? The woman! The court said the child's right to know who its father was took precedence.
Was the court really fair in its ruling given the confidentiality clause in terms and conditions for the website? So why have these terms and conditions if the court itself cant go by them?
Responses to "Paternity row over internet sex auction"
Be the first to leave a comment
You must be logged in to post a comment.