South Korean Soccer Team Put Sex Dolls in Stands by Mistake

Sports teams around the world are trying to figure out how to play games in stadiums without fans. Some have added cardboard cutouts of fans to stadium seats, while others have covered empty seating sections. In South Korea, SC Seoul tried a different approach. The sports club contacted a company that said it could provide mannequins.

SC Seoul claims the company said they were life-like, ordinary mannequins, but that wasn’t the case.

The team put the mannequins in the stands, and no one mentioned they were all women, and that they were all well-endowed, both of which should have been clues that something was amiss.

When the team played a televised match, fans contacted the club to let them know they’d filled the seats with sex dolls, complete with logos of sex toy companies on their shirts. That should’ve been the biggest clue.

The club said:

“We had tried to add some fun in the no-spectator match. But we have not checked all the details, and that is clearly our fault.”

Many fans were offended, and the club apologized. Obviously they will remove the “mannequins,” but there’s no word on what they will do with them.

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