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Woman sues loan firm because of orgasm ‘false advertising’

A woman in Russia is suing a credit company because she did not feel as if she’d had an orgasm after paying back a micro loan – as the lender promised in its advertising.

Yulia Panferova, 33, from St. Petersburg, borrowed 5,000 roubles – around £66 – at the end of August and quickly settled her debt.

She told Savelovsky district court in Moscow that the loan company stated on it website that ‘at the moment of paying off the debt’ clients ‘feel an inner satisfaction and calmness that is comparable to the state after having an orgasm’.

Yulia Panferova, 33, from St Petersburg, is pictured here paying back her debt in Russia

Panferova is suing a credit company because she did not feel as if she'd had an orgasm after paying back a micro loan - as the lender promised in its advertising

Yulia Panferova

Panferova is suing a credit company because she did not feel as if she’d had an orgasm after paying back a micro loan – as the lender promised in its advertising

The 33-year-old is seen pointing at the camera as a member of staff laughs in the background

The 33-year-old is seen pointing at the camera as a member of staff laughs in the background

She claimed: ‘This particular web article induced me to sign the micro credit contract.’

When she visited the loan company office repay the debt ‘my mood did not get better’.

She complained: ‘I didn’t feel inner satisfaction and calmness as described.’

Lifestyle coach Panferova has demanded 999,999.99 roubles (£13,200) compensation from BystroDengi – meaning QuickMoney – over the absent orgasmic feelings, say reports in Russia.

Yulia Panferova, 33, from St. Petersburg, borrowed 5,000 roubles - around £66 - at the end of August and quickly settled her debt

Yulia Panferova, 33, from St. Petersburg, borrowed 5,000 roubles – around £66 – at the end of August and quickly settled her debt

Panferova, left, told Savelovsky district court in Moscow that the loan company stated on it website that 'at the moment of paying off the debt' clients 'feel an inner satisfaction and calmness that is comparable to the state after having an orgasm'

Panferova, left, told Savelovsky district court in Moscow that the loan company stated on it website that ‘at the moment of paying off the debt’ clients ‘feel an inner satisfaction and calmness that is comparable to the state after having an orgasm’

The court confirmed it is examining her claim.

‘No decision has been reached,’ said a spokesman.

Panferova is married to architect Oleg Vasiliev, four years her junior.

She has previously hit the headlines in Russia for advising women not to have sexual relations with men earning less than one million roubles a month (£13,200).

Women should only ‘have sexual relations with (men) if they invest in you’, she claimed. 

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