South Korea’s FC Seoul have been fined a record 100 million Korean won ( £67,000) for filling empty stands with sex dolls in place of fans

South Korean football club side FC Seoul match against Gwangju FC have been handed a record £67,000 fine for filling their empty stands with sex dolls during their K-League.

They said the club should have know they were sex dolls given their appearance and characteristics.

The sex toys were placed in the arena as a substitute for fans who are not currently allowed to attend games with some wearing face masks and the team’s jersey colours while others displayed t-shirts and placards with the logo of SoloS, a sex toy seller.

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FC Seoul said in a statement to supporters:

We are sincerely sorry for causing deep concern to fans, ‘We have confirmed from the very beginning that they had no connection to sex toys.

‘Our intention from the start was to provide even a small entertainment after it was decided that the games would be hosted behind closed doors due to coronavirus.

‘Regardless of that, we would like to apologise once again to everyone who loves and supports FC Seoul. We will be holding further discussions on how we can review potential problems in similar matters. We will put forth our due diligence to prevent such issues in the future.

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