See Photo As South Korean football club, FC Seoul Filled Empty Stadium Seats With Sex Dolls

The South Korea’s 2020 K League season which was supposed to have began since February was delayed due to the outbreak of coronavirus.

Based of efforts by the South Korea’s in fighting the virus, football was alllowed to resume expected.

FC Seoul were to played their first home match of the K League season on Sunday. Due to Covid-19, the stadium was empty of fans, as a measure designed to prevent the spread Covid-19.

It was gathered that before the start of the match, Dalcom company offered to fill some of the empty seats, an offer which the club agreed. 28 female mannequins and two male mannequins were positioned strategically to occupy the empty seats.

According to Cho Young-june, Dalcom director, this was an adverts that came from a intimacy gadget company who placed orders with Dalcom, and wanted to take pictures of the mannequins before the match and was supposed down before the game started, however, many of the dolls were still left to be caught by public eye.

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https://www.bbc.com/news/world-asia-52702075

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