I can't make this stuff up man!
A man by the name of Anthony Fletcher has admitted to fathering 22 children after donating sperm to women who he met on Facebook.
Fletcher, who lives outside of Glasgow, UK, meets the women and delivers a container of sperm to them for free.
Over 50 women desperate to have a baby have traveled to Fletcher in hopes of getting his sperm to conceive. Fletcher considered donating sperm the legal way through a clinic, but due to strict regulations, Fletcher opted to Facebook in order to help women have a baby.
In the United Kingdom, it is against the law to distribute sperm or eggs without a license from the Human Fertilisation and Embryology Authority. The licensed clinics ensure that donors are tested for medical and genetic conditions and are restricted from donating to more than 10 families to prevent children from having a lot of half-siblings.
Dr. Hana Visnova, a specialist in reproductive health and medical director at IVF Cube in the Czech Republic says, “finding a donor online, knowing nothing about them and having no knowledge of their health or background, is incredibly dangerous. You’re not only putting yourself at risk but also your potential offspring.”