FC Seoul Have Placed Creepy Looking Plastic Dolls In The Stands
FC Seoul have creeped everyone out by placing life sized female dolls in the stands to replace fans during their match on Sunday, and even the dolls are keeping their distance.
Football without the fans certainly loses some of its magic but Saturday's return of the Bundesliga proved it can still be fun to watch.
And if you're worried about the stadium being empty then K-League side FC Seoul have proved it's not always good to have them filled in their game against Gwangju FC on Sunday.
Who doesn't love the #KLeague1? Sex dolls as supporters. Genius. #FcSeoul #GwangjuFC #SexDollUltras pic.twitter.com/fV918iLmy4
- DM From PU - Pro Wrestling (@dmfrompu) May 17, 2020
Far be it for us to follow suit in saying those are 'sex dolls' but just ask yourself when was the last time you saw a mannequin in a shop that looks that life like...
And it looks like some of the mannequins are holding sponsorship signs for an 'adult shop.'
어 여러분 잠깐 이것 좀 봐주실래요...
이거 fc서울 관중석 마네킹인데... 저기 써진 솔로스랑 동명의 회사인 solos가 성인용품이랑 리얼돌을 만드는 회사고 성인용품 모델명들이 서울 플랜카드에 써져있는거랑 똑같아요,, 우연의 일친지 진짠지 모르겠는데 어... 진짜면 협찬이겠죠 ㅋ ㅋ ㅋ ㅋ ; ... pic.twitter.com/MMQMIceVLn
- 밥풀때기 (@BLUESTAR__23) May 17, 2020
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FC Seoul put these mannequin supporters in stands which was also tried by Dinamo Brest.- Jinseong Kim (@kimjinseong12) May 17, 2020
But there is a strong conviction that these 'fans' are actually 'sex dolls' made by a sex doll company.
Hope it is not true, but if it is, it'll be a huge shame. pic.twitter.com/2tVOK2OJhT
Plastic fans aren't the only difference between the return of football and how they're doing things in South Korea, with Seoul, like others, also pumping crowd noise around the stadium to add some atmosphere for the players and the fans watching on television and YouTube.
The K-League was actually the first football to return to live broadcasts in the UK when BBC showed Jeonbuk Motors vs Suwon Bluewings just over a week ago online.
Since then the Bundesliga returned on BT Sport yesterday, which probably got more people excited than the action from South Korea.
Borussia Monchengladbach returned to action with a win against Eintracht Frankfurt away, thanks in part to a goal in the opening 40 seconds, and the title chasers will have their own unique fan experience when they play at home.
Gladbach have given fans the chance to have their face printed on cardboard cutouts which will be placed in the stands, to make it look like the supporters are in Borussia Park.
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