South Korean team FC Seoul fill empty stadium with SEX DOLLS to replace fans as football restarts during coronavirus crisis

South Korean side FC Seoul have apologizedIt appears the club was approached by a company called Dalcom that offered to fill some of their empty seats for their first game of the K-League season as fans are not allowed in the stadium during the COVID-19 crisis.

FC Seoul agreed, but a club official – who admitted he thought the dolls looked ‘very human’ – told the BBC they didn’t do a background check on the firm, and therefore didn’t realise they worked in the sex industry.

Dalcom have since explained the adverts came from a sex toy company who placed orders with them and wanted to take pictures of the mannequins before the game, and they were not taken down before the match kicked off.

 after filling their empty stadium with SEX DOLLS in an embarrassing PLASTIC FANS 

mix-up as football returns from the COVID-19 hiatus.

Football fans rejoiced this weekend as live action resumed in Germany, and some clubs had a genius solution for playing games from behind closed doors.

In a bid to make their stands look less empty, Borussia Monchengladbach came up with a unique way for their players to feel supported when they play at home this weekend.

The German club launched the ‘Stay at home. Be in the stands’ campaign, encouraging supporters to buy cardboard cut-outs of themselves for £16.50, which were then installed at the club’s stadium – more than 8,000 of them.

Meanwhile, Belarusian club Dynamo Brest have printed A4 images of the faces of some of their fans and literally stuck them on the shoulders of clothes mannequins – creepy.

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But FC Seoul took it to the next level of creepy over the weekend with their measures to help make their stadium look less… bare.

The club said they had filled some of their empty seats with ‘premium mannequins’, complete with home and away kits and face masks, ahead of their clash against Gwangju FC.

However, eagle-eyed fans and social media users soon realized not all was as it seemed.

They were actually life-sized sex dolls, that were even holding advertising boards to promote a local adult shop and pornography websites.

That’s despite pornography being banned in South Korea.

The club have since apologized, blaming their ‘supplier’ for the embarrassing mix-up.

It appears the club was approached by a company called Dalcom that offered to fill some of their empty seats for their first game of the K-League season as fans are not allowed in the stadium during the COVID-19 crisis.

FC Seoul agreed, but a club official – who admitted he thought the dolls looked ‘very human’ – told the BBC they didn’t do a background check on the firm, and therefore didn’t realize they worked in the sex industry.

Dalcom have since explained the adverts came from a sex toy company who placed orders with them and wanted to take pictures of the mannequins before the game, and they were not taken down before the match kicked off.

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