From Poland: proof that "interesting" tort suits are not an American monopoly. Magdalena Kwiatkowska seeks compensation after her 13-year-old daughter came back from a family holiday in Egypt expecting a baby. "Tourist authorities in Warsaw confirmed they had received the complaint [filed in Poland, presumably against the tour organizer] which states that the girl conceived because of stray sperm in the pool." The mother is adamant that her daughter didn't meet any boys while in Egypt....
Mother - 'Pool got my daughter pregnant'
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