Open Post: Hosted By These Sex Doll Seat Fillers

May 18, 2020 / Posted by:

The proprietors of The Open Hearth restaurant in South Carolina asked the 1940s mannequins at The Inn at Little Washington in Virginia to hold their beer (a mistake given their fingers are fused together, dummies!) when they introduced blow-up dolls as seat fillers for their coronavirus-mandated reduced-capacity dining room. But the FC Seoul football club did them one better and asked the blow-up dolls to hold their dicks when they “accidentally” filled the stands at their stadium with “premium mannequins,” apparently not realizing that the “premium” means they have 3 working holes.

According to BBC News, FC Seoul has issued an apology after it was brought to their attention that the mannequins they were using as seat fillers, were in fact made to have their seats filled. They swear they had no idea.

BBC reports:

The top-flight South Korean side has apologised after fans accused them of using sex dolls in the stands.

FC Seoul insisted they were “premium mannequins” rather than sex dolls – but did admit they came from a supplier that produces sex toys.

And some of the dolls were holding signs advertising x-rated websites – despite pornography being banned in South Korea.

The mannequins’ manufacturer told the BBC they had apologised to FC Seoul. But they also reiterated that the dolls were merely “premium mannequins”.

In total, there were 30 mannequins – 28 of them female, and two of them male.

An FC Seoul official says he failed to do a background check on Dalcom, the company that supplied the dolls, and didn’t know that they also make sex toys. He did admit they looked “very human,” but it never occurred to him that they were anything other than unusually bendy and buxom fashion mannequins. As for the porn sites they were advertising, Dalcom says the ladies were holding the advertisements when meeting with “clients,” prior to the start of the game.

Dalcom said the adverts came from a sex toy company who placed orders with Dalcom, and wanted to take pictures of the mannequins before the game.

“They were supposed to take all the logos down before the game started,” Dalcom director Cho Young-june told the BBC. “But there were several hairbands and logos left to be caught by public eye.”

I wonder what the next big idea in corona seat fillers will be. I for one, can’t wait to go to a restaurant and sit next to a 200lb sack of dildos. I’m practically salivating just thinking about it!

Pic: BBC via Twitter

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