The club had to apologise.
South Korean club Seoul caught in the scandal by trying an original way to solve the problem of lack of spectators associated with the struggle against the spread of coronavirus. In the match against “Gwangju” “Seoul” and is a champion of the country in 2016, fans filled the place for sex dolls provided to the club by the company to produce products for adults, reports the Chronicle.info with reference for Today.
In the end, at the stadium “Seoul” was posted 30 dressed mannequins, among which 25 were women and some of the toys it was advertising porn sites.
After a wave of indignation in social networks of FC “Seoul” was forced to apologize for using sex toys, saying that the club is not properly checked, some dummies gave them a new partner.
2016 K League winners FC Seoul inadvertently used sex dolls rather than fashion mannequins to help fill empty stands this weekend. The club has apologised. Both the club and the supplier are pointing fingers at others. (It's not just COVID-19 you need to avoid catching!) #kleague pic.twitter.com/59rSU8XxYL
— Devon Rowcliffe (@WhoAteTheSquid) May 17, 2020