Man sues ex-partner over abuse of his sperm

Man sues ex-partner over abuse of his sperm

KUALA LUMPUR - A Bosnian, who is a Malaysian Permanent Resident holder, is suing his former girlfriend for abusing his sperm to have "better offspring" from European stock.

Ervin Ahbabovic, a 41-year-old commercial director of a private limited company, stated that he lived with the 29-year-old Malaysian woman some years ago and they had a baby boy born on Feb 7, 2010.

He and the woman later separated but she contacted him often to reconcile for the benefit of the baby, but Ahbabovic claimed that he was actually being treated like a "tool" for the woman to have better children, thanks to his "superior" sperm.

This, he claimed, was due to the perception that the European DNA is of an "unparallel and astonishing quality" compared to the local kind.

In the statement of claim made available to the press yesterday, Ahbabovic said he had a relationship with the woman in hopes of getting married one day.

Ahbabovic, who had also been a business consultant for several companies since 1995, also claimed that the woman's sexual desire and dominance went beyond normal boundaries.

"She demanded to have sexual intercourse six times a day with each session lasting approximately one hour," he stated, adding that she often threatened to commit suicide if her sexual desires were not fulfilled or if he left her for any reason.

Ahbabovic said that while he hoped their relationship would progress further, he did not realise that the woman did not share his feelings and in fact had a negative perception of their relationship.

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