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Soccer Club Fills Stands With Sex Dolls So The Stadium Doesn't Look Empty

Soccer Club Fills Stands With Sex Dolls So The Stadium Doesn't Look Empty

They apologized but it was a move of sheer brilliance!

Watching a game is just not the same without the crowd chanting in support of their team, is it? And as stadiums go empty due to the isolation protocol, and as the sporting events went into hibernation, the world became a rather dull place. Slowly, however, sport is returning to the stadiums in some capacity. Soccer, for example, has returned in Germany but the games are being played behind closed doors and in the absence of stadium full of fans. This completely takes away the 'feel' of the game as there is no chatter or animated reaction to back the players.

Stadium filled with dolls (Image courtesy: Twitter @WhoAteTheSquid)

A soccer team in South Korea, however, decided it could simulate this experience of fan-filled stadiums by using mannequins. Shrewd observers *wink, wink* were quick to spot that the mannequins being used by the sports club were in fact sex dolls.

Stadium filled with dolls (Image courtesy: Twitter @WhoAteTheSquid)

 

The Korean soccer club FC Seoul, had the 'mannequins' dressed in club jerseys but some of them were also spotted with signs bearing the name of a popular live streamer, whose figure inspired these dolls (if you know what we mean). Once the matter came out, the club launched an investigation into the matter saying that they weren't exactly sex dolls but they shouldn't have been used either (whatever that means).



 

They posted an apology on Instagram saying: "We would like to apologise to the fans, we are deeply sorry about the mannequins that were seated during the May 17, 2020 match. However, we would like to clarify that while these mannequins have been made to look and feel like real humans, they are not for sexual use - as confirmed by the manufacturer. We had them supplied by a company named Dalcom, which claimed they are clothing mannequins. We double, triple checked that they are not for sexual use. Prior to supplying them to us, Dalcom had these mannequins returned from its streamer management label. In this process, they had been given names of the streamers. That is the only reason there is an association with the streamers. We failed to check up on this part and that is indeed our fault. We apologise." Well, don't. It was a genius move!

Image courtesy: Twitter @WhoAteTheSquid

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