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FC Seoul apologizes for putting sex dolls in seats. These mannequins may have been made to look and feel like real humans but they are not for sexual use -- as confirmed by the manufacturer from the beginning.
In addition, some mannequins held s offering messages of support to players and the team that seemed to reference adult content streaming sites. Van der Sar talks up future Man United role.
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May 18, Seoul said there had been a misunderstanding with the supplier, and it had been told the dolls were not for adult use. We will think hard about what we need to do to ensure that something like this never happens again," the club added. Leading South Korea korean club sex FC Seoul apologised to fans after inadvertently substituting supporters in the stands with sex dolls during their win over Gwangju FC on Sunday.
K-League regulations forbid inappropriate or sexual advertisements, and Seoul faces a hefty fine if they are found guilty. While the season started on May 8, fans are not yet allowed in stadiums because of the coronavirus outbreak.
Fans are accusing Seoul of damaging the prestige of Korean football -- also a punishable offence. With South Korea enjoying unprecedented international attention after becoming the first major league to play competitive games since the spread of the coronavirus, the club has been heavily criticised on social media.
Gab Marcotti speaks about how FC Seoul inadvertently substituted supporters in the stands with sex dolls. For Seoul's first home game, around 20 mannequins, many holding banners and all wearing masks, were spaced evenly around the seats behind the goal usually occupied by the club's most active fans. Which MLS youngsters are ready for Europe?