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FC Seoul officials have apologized profusely since inflategate began to blow up on Sunday, and say sparking the first sports scandal of the COVID era was all a terrible misunderstanding. Team employees dressed some of the dolls in FC Seoul gear, and other dolls had banners placed in their inflateable arms. All the dolls had masks. The controversy is an embarrassing PR blow to the K-League, which was the first major soccer league in the world to resume playing and as one of the few live sports options, is basking in a strong world-wide TV following. The Yonhap news agency reported that one banner showed the names of an adult toy manufacturer and of models who had inspired those dolls.
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South Korean football team apologises for using sex dolls to fill stands
FC Seoul fined for using sex dolls to fill empty stadium seats
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Coronavirus football: FC Seoul apologises for 'sex dolls' in stands
Over the weekend, a soccer team in South Korea opted to fill seats with something a little more lifelike — to its deep embarrassment. The club FC Seoul apologized on Monday after what it believed were ordinary mannequins — quickly recognized by many fans as sex dolls — were placed in the stands for a match against Gwangju FC. Of the roughly two dozen dolls in the stands, nearly all were women. The incident was a blemish for the K League, the top professional soccer league in South Korea.
News Corp is a network of leading companies in the worlds of diversified media, news, education, and information services. 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.