This Man Asks 200 Women to Have Sex With Him: The Viral Video Gets 1.5 Million Views [Watch Video]

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A couple kisses inside The Church of the Nativity in West Bank town of Bethlehem December 24, 2011.
A couple kisses inside The Church of the Nativity in West Bank town of Bethlehem December 24, 2011. Reuters

The world is full of different kinds of people which perhaps makes life so interesting.

 But irrespective of the place or region, countries or culture, sex matters. But the way it matters varies from person to person.

With this particular man, dealing with sex evoked a lot of emotions.

He came across as an American male tourist conducting a “social experiment” in Europe.

According to the report by Daily Mirror, this man introduced himself as "Brian from California" who went for a two-week trip to Europe and asked every passing lady to make love to him.

He previously tried the same experiment in America where he got to hear a straight ‘No’ from all the 200 women but things were different in Europe. He had been to cities like Amsterdam and Paris where he tried to talk to random women with the same question.

Not a single response could dampen his spirit. He asked 200 women to have sex with him and recorded their respective replies in a video which now has gone viral in the internet.

The video gained so much popularity that it achieved 1.5 million views in last four days.

According to the report by Huffington Post, he said "There was a pretty wide range of reactions from amusement, shock, interest, disinterest, disgust, flattery. The majority of people I talked to reacted positively; positively in the sense that they were not offended and actually found the whole thing interesting/humorous/amusing.”

As explained by Daily Mirror, a beautiful woman also came up with the similar kind of experiment in July. In that experiment she ended up asking 200 random men for sex. Surprisingly she managed to make a startling 50% success rate which was definitely a huge improvement on her male counterpart.

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