How Two Sets Of Undercover Journalists Accidentally Ended Up Investigating Each Other

    Two journalists from The Sunday Times set out to investigate whether Bulgarians would sell babies. And a Bulgarian journalist set out to investigate whether Britons would buy their babies. Disaster ensues.

    It seemed like a great idea. Journalists from Bulgaria's Nova TV would investigate whether parents from richer countries were trying to illegally buy Bulgarian children.

    Dimitrova was excited. The "Calvert family" were willing to come to Bulgaria within days. She sensed a scoop.

    The "Calvert Family" were also excited. Because they also thought they were onto a scoop.

    Which is how they end up here: in a Bulgarian bar, with a Bulgarian undercover journalist trying to sting two people they believe to be an evil baby-buying British couple.

    And, on the other side of the table, two British undercover journalists trying to sting someone they believe to be an evil baby-selling Bulgarian.

    Unsurprisingly, it didn't really work out. Watch the full Nova TV report here:

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