A cooking class where people create recipes using their own or their partner's semen could be set for London.
It comes as part of the first ever "Bring Your Own Semen" class, where those in attendance will use the ingredient in the likes of a "Victoria Spooge Cake" or "Schlong Island Ice Tea".
Amateur chefs are promised they will be taught how to use semen as a cooking ingredient in appetisers, mains, desserts and drinks.
According to the site Wonderush , if 30 people register their interest the class will go ahead, although the site does not mention a venue.
Journalist and sex education expert Alix Fox commented on the class: "While the idea of bringing (semen) into the kitchen will doubtless appall many people, some individuals find the idea of consuming such an intimate substance an incredible turn-on."
But although the broadcaster is quoted on the site, she told getwestlondon she is not involved in the class.
She said: "I'm not behind the class - that's been misreported. I commented from a sex ed point of view."
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And the group's founder, named as Nelson, added: "I know some people will find this hard to swallow, but the idea of cooking with semen isn’t as farfetched as one might think.
"Wonderush is all about giving people unique classes and experiences, and although our usual classes are somewhat tamer, this should give people a taste of our sense of humour!"
It's not the first time this year that an eyebrow-raising idea was proposed for London.
Earlier this year one man wanted to open a "Blow job café", where customers receive an oral sex act with their drink.
But their hopes were written off by Westminster City Council .