Nothing but mammals, baby...
CBC correspondent Connie Watson expected certain dangers when she got into a taxi to ride into the heart of the war zone in Kosovo. But she wasn't counting on explicit advances of a musical nature, from her rogue of a driver.
After hearing her tale of animal lust, you may never think of the Discovery Channel in quite the same way again.
This is part of the June 23 Dispatches In The Summer program.
It's originally from a 90-minute special called The Dispatches Soundtrax Edition -- a collection of musical moments from our correspondents around the world. Listen to all three parts of it.
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