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FC Seoul Apologizes For Using Sex Dolls As ‘Spectators’

 

South Korean football club, FC Seoul, have rendered apology for using sex dolls to fill a stadium.

The Club says it was sorry for causing “deep concern” after being accused of using sex dolls to fill empty seats at a weekend game.

FC Seoul insisted the mannequins — used in the absence of fans, who are banned because of the coronavirus — had “no connection to sex toys”.

But some of the artificial spectators, deployed for Sunday’s game against Gwangju FC, wore T-shirts with the logo of SoloS, a sex toy seller.

Other mannequins, which wore facemasks and were separated according to social distancing guidelines, held placards advertising the company and some of its models.

Most of them were female as seen in the photos sighted by African Entertainment.

FC Seoul says the company which provided the mannequins had previously provided them to SoloS, hence the advertising in which they were clad.

“We are sincerely sorry for causing deep concern to fans,” according to FC Seoul in a statement.

The statement followed uproar from fans and media.

“We have confirmed from the very beginning that they had no connection to sex toys,” says the Club.

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