Social media has been swept up in a story out of Florida on February about 16 girls who became pregnant after a boy accidentally ejaculated in a pool. There was a pool party going on, and the boy was having a good time with his pals until he ejaculated in it. According to the report, a strange incident occurred in which 16 girls became pregnant after a boy ejaculated in a pool at a birthday party. The incident was covered by several international news outlets. People are having a hard time believing the story despite its widespread circulation on social media.
Tommy Coulter, one of the young men at the party, “ejaculated in the pool without warning the house guests, accidentally impregnating half of the girls present at the celebration,” causing the party to turn into a nightmare.
“Clinical tests have proven that people with spermafortis have sperm counts close to a thousand times more potent and rich in spermatozoids than the average man,” he says. This sort of sperm has properties that make it incredibly resistant to water, and it’s not too dissimilar from the sperm of common water mammals like dolphins, manatees, and seals. Dr. Suzukima was quoted as saying that this condition “could definitely explain what happened in this case,” though he acknowledged that more research and clinical trials were needed to confirm this theory.
According to snopes.com, the story is not based on any truth at all.
The majority of the websites that reported the story are notorious for publishing false information. On January 26, 2016, World News Daily Report, a satirical news outlet, first published this hoax. Several other sites with a similar focus picked it up.