BEIRUT: Lebanon has yet to take any decision on whether to grant a visa to Ania Lisewska, a woman who says she is on a quest to have sex with 100,000 men from all over the world, a General Security source said Wednesday, following reports that the agency would bar the Pole entry to the country.
“We have received no visa application from Ania Lisewska,” the source, who spoke on condition of anonymity, told The Daily Star.
"When we get her request, we will decide on the matter," the source added.
The National News Agency reported earlier in the day that General Security had recently taken a decision to bar Lisewska entry to Lebanon.
"The General Security took a decision in recent days not to grant Polish Ania Lisewska a visa to Lebanon," the NNA said in the report.
Lisewska, 21, came to prominence earlier this year after announcing she was on a mission to have intercourse with 100,000 men of all races.
“I want to make love to 100, 000 men! In Poland, Europe and around the world ... I love sex, fun and men," she said in a blog post in June.
Earlier this month, reports of a planned visit by Lisewska to Egypt sparked uproar from Islamists in the Arab state. Other reports this month said Lisewska had been granted permission to visit Iraq.
In a thank you note published on her Facebook page recently, Lisewska said she was receiving a lot of offers from men who wish to sleep with her and a lot of support from her fans.