2013 Updates (NSFW)

2013 PraguePig.com Updates

Andrea Scheansová; Radek Štěpánek & Petra Kvitová; Ania Lisewska; Petr Kramný

A round-up of new developments in some of PraguePig.com’s most popular stories from last year, including the Polish woman who wants to have sex with 100,000 men, the therapist who moonlighted as a porn star, and the new Czech citizenship test.

Bohnice psychiatric hospital therapist moonlights as porn star
According to her website, Andrea Scheansová continues to work at the Bohnice psychiatric hospital, despite Blesk’s story about her porn appearances.

Elite former soldier accused of sexually abusing baby
Viktor Štingl was sentenced to nine years in prison for the attempted rape of infants, offering money for sexual intercourse with small children, and the illegal possession of firearms.

Štingl, a former member of the Czech army’s special operations group, plead not guilty, claiming he was attempting to break up a paedophile ring.

The new Czech citizenship test will be really hard
The Czech Republic’s new citizenship test came into effect on January 1st, 2014, and isn’t much easier than the mock-up created by Hospodářské noviny in February.

Try some of the real questions here.

Blesk vs. Beck: Does Fitness BBC’s owner bully and cheat Czech pensioners?
Blesk’s “anti-Šmejdi” campaign, targeting companies that pressure pensioners into buying cheap crap at inflated prices, was extraordinarily successful.

In August, Fitness BBC owner Jens Beckhäuser announced he was ending his involvement in demonstration-based selling because of a “negative media campaign”.

Blesk’s “anti-Šmejdi” petition eventually received nearly 180,000 signatures, and in December a new “anti-Šmejdi” bill was passed into law.

Finally, Silvie Dymáková, whose feature-length documentary inspired Blesk’s campaign, was named one of Mladá fronta Dnes’s “Czechs of the Year”.

Old balls, please: the Petra Kvitová-Radek Štěpánek-Nicole Vaidišová love triangle
Radek Štěpánek and Petra Kvitová went public with their love in September, kissing in public at the Davis Cup final at O2 Arena, and remain an item today.

“I’m so happy I found her, and it definitely changed my life,” Štěpánek told Tennis.com in November, the soppy apeth.

As of December, Nicole Vaidišová, Štěpánek’s ex-wife, was considering a comeback to professional tennis.

Lock up your sons: Polish woman wants sex with 100,000 men – and she’s coming to Prague
Only two men had sex with Ania Lisewska on her Prague trip, which eventually took place in August at Smíchov’s Lucky Lucky club — and one of them was porn star Robert Rosenberg.

Worse was to follow: hackers broke into Lisewska’s Facebook account later that month and posted a fake post in which she supposedly announced that she had AIDS.

Despite these setbacks, Ania is still going strong, however, having apparently teamed up with a Polish live sex-chat website.

Know your Czech celebrity: Iveta Bartošová
Since her Italian misadventure, things have been going surprisingly well for boozy pop star Iveta “Džambulka” Bartošová.

After checking out of the psychiatric hospital in Prague 8-Bohnice, she married long-term partner Josef Rychtář in September.

Looking significantly healthier than she has in recent years, Bartošová attended the Český slavík awards with her husband in November.

To the disappointment of massed ranks of tabloid journalists, her Christmas concert in Prague 22-Uhříněves — attended by alleged abductor Zdeněk Macura — went perfectly smoothly.

And she spent a happy Christmas with her son, Artur.

How boring.

Death in Egypt: the poisoning of Monika and Klára Kramná
Petr Kramný, who was suspected of poisoning his wife and daughter on holiday in Egypt, was finally allowed to return home to Karviná on October 31st.

Kramný remains the focus of intense interest in the Czech tabloids, however — particularly TN.cz, the web version of TV Nova’s Televizní noviny show.

On December 15th, TN.cz reported that Kramný had gone on a secret date with hairdresser Kateřina J. (Kramný and Katka say they’re just friends.)

And on December 19th, “hard drugs” were found in Kramný’s locker at the Hyundai factory where he works. (He claims they were planted there in an attempt to discredit him.)

Back in Hurghada, the Egyptian police finally completed their investigation into the deaths earlier this month but have yet to announce their findings.

Prague’s most expensive beer: 145 crowns for a half-litre of Pilsner
This was one of PraguePig.com’s most popular stories of the year, prompting several readers to suggest places where beer is even more expensive than the 145 crowns charged at the airport.

A follow-up post is in the works.

New clues in police hunt for Barrandovský most body’s identity
The identity of the woman whose body parts were found in the Vltava at the beginning of October remains unknown.

In early November, the police announced that the body parts were probably dumped in the river in Prague 5-Malá Chuchle, not far from the intersection of Zbraslavská street and the Strakonická highway.

Since then, however, there have been no major breakthroughs and the case remains unsolved.

Happy New Year!

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