South Korean soccer club apologises for using sex dolls as cheering mannequins in empty stadium

South Korean soccer club apologises for using sex dolls as cheering mannequins in empty stadium

epa08429453 Cheering mannequins are installed in the stands of Seoul World Cup Stadium as FC Seoul and Gwangju FC play a soccer match, in Seoul, South Korea, 17 May 2020 (issued 18 May 2020). South Korea’s professional soccer league kicked off earlier this month after a two-month delay caused by the global coronavirus pandemic, but no spectators have been allowed for fear of the spread of the virus. In a statement on 18 May 2020, FC Seoul apologised for using sex dolls to make the stadium appear less empty, blaming the error on a ‘misunderstanding’. EPA/YONHAP SOUTH KOREA OUT

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