A Brazilian student, Catarina Migliorini, has sold her virginity in an online auction for $780,000 as part of a documentary, 'Virgins Wanted,' produced by Australian filmmaker Jason Sisely.
As previously reported by Opposing Views, Migliorini agreed to the auction in order to raise money for poor people in Brazil.
The website of the film 'Virgins Wanted' announced the winner was a Japanese man identified only by 'Natsu.'
Natsu beat out competition from 14 other men, mostly from Brazil, India, Australia and the U.S. for the 20 year old's virginity, reports RawStory.com.
Sisely told the Australian news site Ninemsn.com: "The auction closed last night and Catarina is extremely excited. She was speaking to her family in Brazil online and they were extremely happy for her, but I guess they didn’t expect her to do something like this.”
“We will fly over the winner to Australia and obviously, for the sake of the film and privacy, we can’t disclose where and when the act will take place. I have to leave some details for the documentary.”
Sisely added that a condom was required and Natsu must be tested beforehand for any sexually transmitted diseases.
Migliorini previously told the Daily Mail: “I saw this as a business. I have the opportunity to travel, to be part of a movie and get a bonus with it. If you only do it once in your life then you are not a prostitute, just like if you take one amazing photograph it does not automatically make you a photographer.”
Australian student Alex Stepanov, whose virginity was also auctioned, was won for $3,000 by an unnamed Brazilian woman.