South Korean football club apologise for using sex dolls on empty stadium seats

A professional football club in South Korea, FC Seoul has apologised after “mannequins” it used as substitute fans during a match at the weekend turned out to be sex dolls.

South Korean football club apologise for using sex dolls on empty stadium seats

The K-League club said the dolls, which had been dotted around stands currently off-limits to supporters due to the coronavirus outbreak, had been ordered inadvertently after a “misunderstanding” with the supplier.

Some of the dolls had been dressed in the club’s uniform while others were holding placards supporting the team, but fans watching the match on television immediately took to social media to raise doubts about the inflatable fans.

“Just look at their breasts, they were four times bigger than those of normal mannequins,” one fan wrote on the club’s official Instagram account.

The club said it had been the victim of a mix-up, insisting it had checked with the supplier and received assurances that the dolls were not intended for sexual use.

“We wanted to bring some fun elements to the no-fans game and give the message that we can overcome this difficult period,” it said.

It added:

“Our intention was to do something light-hearted in these difficult times. We will think hard about what we need to do to ensure that something like this never happens again.”

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