Blonde Playboy Babe Books Hotel Break In Wrong Country

Story By: Bartosz Staszewski, Sub Editor: Joseph Golder, Agency: Central European News

A bungling Playboy model who planned to take her husband to Jerusalem for their wedding anniversary accidentally booked a hotel in a different country leaving the pair stranded.

Picture Credits: CEN/@officialdoda & CEN & CEN/@dodaqueen

Polish stunner Doda, 35, who is also a reality TV celebrity, wanted to take her film producer husband Emil Stepien, 42, to Israel but got confused and booked a hotel in the neighbouring country of Jordan, resulting in the pair being stuck at the border for hours, according to local media.

The couple only realised their mistake when their taxi driver told them – and they then ended up having to book another hotel in Israel close to the border with Jordan.

The singer, whose real name is Dorota Robaczewska, from the city of Ciechanow, in central Poland’s Masovian Voivodeship, planned the trip as her husband had always wanted to visit Israel.

She said: “Because Emil is a big believer, I wanted to take him to Jerusalem. I arranged everything, we were very happy that we were going to Israel, that I would show him all the places I know.”

Doda admitted the gaffe to her followers on an Instastory, saying they had spent the whole night searching for a hotel in Israel before finding one close to the border with Jordan.

She added: “We are at the hotel and we are waiting in line. I really do not know how it happened, Emil.”

Doda also posted photographs showing her and Emil covered in mud on the Jordan side of the Dead Sea.

She came to fame as a member of the Polish rock band, Virgin, and has gone on to become one of her country’s biggest pop stars.

Doda was named among CNN’s list of the ’10 Most Famous Poles’ in history, and was in Polish magazine Viva’s list of Poland’s ’10 Most Influential Women’.

She was previously married to Polish goalkeeper, Radoslaw Majdan, and has been engaged to Adam Darski, the front man of death metal band Behemoth, and to the businessman Emil Hajdar.