I told you. I told you it was not some Haitian Juju that makes me wander around in the night, looking for random people to have sex with. I told you I wasn’t a zombie, and it was an actual medical condition. But no, you didn’t believe me.
Well, guess what? Scientists have treated an Australian women who had a rare case of “JESUS CHRIST HONEY, WHAT ARE YOU DOING?” Or in science terms, having sex with strangers while she was asleep. I still don’t believe it’s an actual medical condition, but they’re doctors. Who am I to question doctors? I’m just a lowly blogger.
Apparently “the behaviour had disrupted the lives of the woman and her partner.” I’ll bet. I’d like to meet the man who wouldn’t be disturbed his wife was going out at night, having sex with strangers. Because he’d probably be a vampire. “At night while asleep, the middle-aged sleepwalker left her house and had sexual intercourse with strangers. The behaviour continued for several months and the woman had no memory of her nocturnal activities.” And she wasn’t drinking. She wasn’t drinking. Seriously. Get that thought out of her head.
The next question on my mind is, how on earth did they treat her? Did they have scientists lie in wait, pretending to be strangers, and just slap her awake?
Oh, world. You are ridiculous.