South Korean club uses 's.e.x dolls' to replace humans as football begins in the country

Top-flight South Korean side has apologised after fans accused them of using s.e.x dolls in the stands.

FC Seoul insisted they were "premium mannequins" rather than s.e.x dolls - but did admit they came from a supplier that produces s.e.x toys.

And some of the dolls were holding signs advertising s.e.x websites - despite p.o.r.n.ography being banned in South Korea.

On Sunday, FC Seoul played their first home match of the K League season.


The ground was empty - one of many measures designed to prevent a Covid-19 outbreak.

So before the match, a company called Dalcom offered to fill some of the empty seats, and the club agreed. In total, there were 30 mannequins - 25 of them female, and five of them male.

However, fans watching online noticed that some of the mannequins looked more like s.e.x dolls - leading to the club apologising on Instagram and Facebook.

Club official Lee Ji-hoon told the BBC it didn't do a background check on Dalcom, and didn't realise their line of work.

But the club said that Dalcom insisted the dolls were merely "premium mannequins", rather than anything more x-rated.

Mr Lee admitted he thought the dolls looked "very human" - but said it didn't even enter his mind that they could be s.e.x toys.

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