Sarajevo's Kosevo hospital was rocked by a sex scandal when a nurse handed over to the director a list of 20 prominent doctors as potential fathers to her baby son, a Sarajevo weekly magazine reported Friday.
The nurse, identified only as Merima F., who gave birth to a healthy boy last month, asked the hospital management to investigate and determine who fathered the child, Slobodna Bosna magazine reported.
"These rumors exist, but here at the hospital the word is that 15 (not 20) doctors are on the list. However, we do not have any official information to share with the press and are looking into the case," Biljana Andric, spokeswoman for the Kosevo hospital told The Associated Press.
Andric confirmed that a nurse called Merima works for the hospital and has given birth to a boy. She declined to discuss the issue any further.
Slobodna Bosna said Merima's list is "impressive," and includes some of city's most prominent medical figures, reports AP.
The magazine said Merima explains her promiscuity with the fact that "all the potential fathers promised to solve her social status."
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