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SEOUL, SOUTH KOREA - FEBRUARY 18: Ikromjon Alibaev of FC Seoul competes for the ball with Marco Rojas of Melbourne Victory during the AFC Champions League Group E match between FC Seoul and Melbourne Victory at the Seoul World Cup Stadium on February 18, 2020 in Seoul, South Korea. (Photo by Chung Sung-Jun/Getty Images)

It’s true that watching sports without an audience is a little strange. One South Korean football team tried to bring back some normalcy to their matchup with sex dolls in the stands.

The FC Seoul is apologizing to fans who accused them of using sex dolls in the stands to replace fans, however, the football team called the dolls, “premium mannequins,” but did say that came from a sex toy supplier.

Even though pornography is banned in South Korea, the “premium mannequins” were seen holding signs that advertised various porn websites.

FC Seoul official Lee Ji-hoon told the BBC that a background check wasn’t done on the company who provided the mannequins however he did think the dolls were very “life-like” but didn’t think of them as being sex dolls.


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