A group G is said to be a minimal non-FC group, if G contains an infinite conjugacy class, while every proper subgroup of G merely has finite conjugacy classes. The structure of imperfect minimal non-FC groups is quite well-understood. These groups are in particular locally finite. At the other end of the spectrum, a perfect locally finite minimal non-FC group must be a p-group. And it has been an open question for quite a while now, whether such groups exist or not.