Clives Jones

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Clives Jones, a retired teacher who says he is the ‘world’s most prolific sperm donor,’ has claimed to have fathered 129 children during the last nine years.

Jones, who lives in Chaddesden, Derby, has been donating his sperm from his van for nearly ten years and says he has another nine children currently on the way.


He is 66 years old.

World’s Most Prolific Sperm Donor

Mr Jones, who is originally from Burton, could not become an official sperm donor as he only started donating aged 58, while banks have an upper donor age limit of 45.

But health experts have warned against his actions, saying that all donors and patients should be treated at a licensed UK clinic.

Mr Jones said he donates his sperm for free through the unregulated world of Facebook because of the ‘happiness it brings to families.

He said: ‘I’m probably the world’s most prolific sperm donor with now being at 138 ‘babies,’ well, 129 babies born, nine ongoing pregnancies. I might continue for another few years. Get to 150 anyway.

‘I know of clinics and sperm merchants with more significant numbers, but they don’t donate but rather sell semen.

‘I think people would understand more if they saw the messages I get and the photos of the babies with pleased mothers.

‘I feel the happiness it brings. I once had a grandmother message me thanking me for her granddaughter.

‘I do it for free, though sometimes ask a bit for petrol. It’s illegal to charge and doesn’t seem right to make money when I have more than them.’

As he cannot be an official sperm donor, Mr Jones connects with people on Facebook, where he said he found an overwhelming demand and then travels in his van to provide the donations.

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Mr Jones, who has three adult children of his own, added: ‘It all started in May, over nine years ago. For some people, having children is very important for me.

‘I read in some newspapers the plight of some people that can’t have children.

‘Reading the newspaper explained how people were using Facebook to make arrangements.

Of the 129 children he claims to have fathered, Mr Jones said he’s ‘met around 20 of the babies’, who live near Derby, including Birmingham, Stoke, and Nottingham.

Speaking about the process, Mr Jones said he ‘gets to know the couple after first making contact with them on Facebook. He said the couples are often same-sex or cannot have children of their own.

The retired teacher said he asks the couples when their ovulation cycle is and places the date on his planner.

When he gets a call saying ovulation is just hours away, he jumps into his van and drives close to where they live to provide the sperm donation.

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