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Swedish mum owns up to forest sex bunker

The Local/pvs · 10 Jun 2012, 18:16

Published: 10 Jun 2012 17:40 GMT+02:00
Updated: 10 Jun 2012 18:16 GMT+02:00

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"I just wanted to test my limits," the woman told the Aftonbladet newspaper.

Two fisherman found the old disused bunker complete with silk-sheet laden bed, ropes, dildos and leather items while out walking in the woods on Friday afternoon.

Thinking that they had chanced upon a crime scene, similar to the torture chamber located in Halland in southern Sweden in February 2011, they contacted the police.

Reports of the find prompted the woman to get in touch with Aftonbladet in order to clear up the misunderstanding.

Described as "a hard-working, single mum in her forties", the woman explained that she had equipped the bunker for a night of lust with a man whom she had dated a couple of times.

But after her would be beau had missed her text message invite, she ended up spending the night alone in what she described as "one of her most sacred places".

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The woman however explained that some of her neighbours in the small rural community of Nordmaling in Sweden's far north had expressed shock at the find.

"I think it is because many are afraid. Sweden is not really such a free country when it comes to sexuality," she told Aftonbladet, while conceding that she would make sure to tidy up after herself next time.

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Your comments about this article

18:08 June 10, 2012 by NyDag
Uhmm .... what?? :D
19:24 June 10, 2012 by StockholmSam
Comment removed by The Local for breach of our terms.
19:43 June 10, 2012 by philster61
I need a spanking....
19:43 June 10, 2012 by Youdee
Kinky. . .
20:24 June 10, 2012 by SimonDMontfort
21:57 June 10, 2012 by Enjoyourlife
Hmmmmm..... innocent and calm swedes.
23:16 June 10, 2012 by procrustes
The current overbearing spying on everyone's lives will probably have the outcome that people will become more tolerant--especially since nothing in human sexuality is new, or really different from what it's been since recorded history. People will "do more" and more publicly with less concern about what others might think.
23:24 June 10, 2012 by Spuds MacKenzie
I need a naughty MILF neighbor like her! ;)
23:33 June 10, 2012 by Svensksmith
Trow's girlfriend is a real corker!
05:09 June 11, 2012 by blue2012
Another slow news day at the Local.
09:25 June 11, 2012 by wolverine2k
Whats the mum's phone number again?
15:52 June 11, 2012 by Summer Dreams
ehh 739267139
02:45 June 12, 2012 by scorpio609
Maybe her intended partner DID get the message and said "I think I'll take a pass, thanks just the same"
16:16 June 14, 2012 by Steve W
Hey, does anyone have her address? If her partner isn't interested, I am!
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