The Danish journalist records that she had sex for a feature film in a swingers club

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A Danish journalist recorded conducting an interview while having sex for a feature film in a swingers club and caused a sensation with her vulgar report.

Louise Fischer, from Denmark, visited Swingland in Ishøj, near Copenhagen earlier this year, as part of a report on the reopening of the sex club after Covid-19 restrictions were relaxed in the country.

In the segment, which aired on a Radio 4 morning show in the country in March and has since been shared on Twitterthe 26-year-old journalist can be heard moaning while interviewing a male club member while the couple is having sex.

According to Bild, during the feature film, she asked, “What do you see now?” before a man replied that he was looking at a beautiful woman who had never tried to be in a swingers club before.

Louise Fischer, from Denmark, recorded herself having sex for a feature film in a swingers club and caused a sensation with her raunchy report

The recording of her romp was initially broadcast on a morning show in Copenhagen before being shared on social media.

The recording of her romp was initially broadcast on a morning show in Copenhagen before being shared on social media.

The recording of her romp was initially broadcast on a morning show in Copenhagen before being shared on social media

Louise said she spent several hours with the guests at the swingers club, but the report only lasted a few minutes.

She joined the guests as they chatted over a glass of wine at the bar, before moving to a large bed.

She said BT: ‘It’s a big bed in the middle of a room, they invite me to come in. They want to show me what to do in a swingers club, then they start touching my body.

She said she had no intention of having sex during the interview, but added, ‘It’s very natural to me. It is part of my job to provide insight into a world that not everyone has access to. ‘

Louise said having sex with her interviewees 'disengaged' the guests who were initially 'reluctant' to talk to her

Louise said having sex with her interviewees ‘disengaged’ the guests who were initially ‘reluctant’ to talk to her

By sharing the segment online, Radio 4 Denmark called the clip 'hot' for the sex club's reporter and guests

By sharing the segment online, Radio 4 Denmark called the clip ‘hot’ for the sex club’s reporter and guests

She said it ‘disengaged’ the guests who were initially ‘reluctant’ to participate in the interviews and that she seemed nervous about her microphones.

Louise added, “It was cool that I somehow created trust by being part of their world.”

During the 2-minute segment, the reporter can be heard asking questions of her interviewees, while others pant in the background.

Later she can hear a male guy asking about his experiences in the club while having sex and moaning loudly.

Louise visited Swingland in Ishøj, near Copenhagen, earlier this year, as part of a report on the reopening of the sex club after Covid-19 restrictions were relaxed in the country.

Louise visited Swingland in Ishøj, near Copenhagen, earlier this year, as part of a report on the reopening of the sex club after Covid-19 restrictions were relaxed in the country.

Meanwhile, the reporter also said she was not pressured by her employers on the radio station to have sex.

The story was first approved as a swingers club visit, before the final product was approved by today’s editor on the morning show.

The recording of her romp was initially broadcast on a morning show in Copenhagen before being shared on social media.

When the clip was shared online, the broadcaster reported: ‘Radio4 was present when the swingers clubs were due to reopen.

The 26-year-old said she found recording sex with the swingers club guests 'natural'.

The 26-year-old said she found recording sex with the swingers club guests ‘natural’.

“Warning: it got hot and wet for both our reporter and the guests.”

Many social media users were stunned by the clip, with one message saying: ‘It was just an excuse for a bang. It was not necessary at all. ‘

Another wrote: ‘Things only women can do hehe. If a man had had sex on the radio, he probably would have had the whole country against him. ‘

But Louise said she had received a wave of support after the interview aired, telling the post in Copenhagen, “ People have written things for me like ‘great respect’, ‘brave’ and ‘good journalism’ on Instagram and Facebook . ‘

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