Source Pravda.Ru

Peruvian Student Sells Her Virginity

A Peruvian student decided to sell her innocence at an auction in order to pay her studies. However, the deal was not meant to happen, for an unknown woman had paid the girl to keep her innocence.

The Chilean newspaper La Cuarta wrote, the student put her innocence up for auction on the air of the Santiago-based W radio. The girl introduced herself as Sandy, a 21-year-old student from Peru. She stated that she was ready to bid farewell to her innocence in return for money, because she had nothing to pay for her studies at a local college. She promised to present a medical certificate to a customer of her innocence. The radio host announced the starting price - $570 and called upon listeners to email their applications to the mailbox of the radio station.

It became known later that thousands of people all over the world wanted to deprive Sandy of her virginity. The girl said that she had received a lot of messages from all over the world: men offered her their hearts and souls, as well as cars and even horses. In addition to that, Sandy received numerous pieces of advice, saying why she was supposed to keep her innocence. "Then there was an email from a very sweet lady, who offered me $2,700 without any conditions. As soon as I get a job, I will reimburse with her," the girl promised.

Soon after that Sandy appeared on the air of the radio station again. The girl apologized to everyone, who took part in her idea. "I would not be able to do that, it would be a big mistake to make. Now I want to keep someone I love," said the girl.

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