Just yesterday I posted a story about a new sperm donor website called Fame Daddy. Come to find out a morning show in England was tricked by the same man claiming he was the co-founder of a celebrity sperm bank FameDaddy. The morning show interviewed the man live on the show.

He claimed for over $24,000 a woman could have an anonymous celebrity sperm donor including an Oscar-winning actor and an Olympic gold medalist. The TV channel said the day after the interview that they were tricked and the website and service is a hoax.

They say the show carries out a range of checks on guests but that the people behind the stunt clearly went to great lengths to trick them. BTW: British newspapers and blogs were tricked, too! Not just me.


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