A soccer team in South Korea was reportedly given a massive fine for using sex dolls instead of traditional mannequins to fill seats during a recent game. While professional soccer games are being played in the country, fans have not been in attendance due to coronavirus restrictions prohibiting the gathering of large groups. But viewers watching the game on television noticed the mannequins were actually sex dolls since many of them still had signs showing the name of an adult toy manufacturer, ESPN reported. According to the statement, which was translated by CNN, FC Seoul said staff checked "several times" before the game to ensure the dolls weren't of a sexual nature. FC Seoul has since disciplined staffers involved in the controversy and has asked local police to investigate the suppliers of the sex dolls for possible fraud.
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With the World Cup looming this summer, like the Olympics, it's every four years, this story has taken on a whole new magnitude. Breitbart reports the Iranian Women's National Soccer team is getting a LOT of criticism from other nations after learning 8 members of the squad are actually men. That's just over half the team. But Iran says they are men who are undergoing sex change operations, they just haven't had the 'operation' yet. Opponents are furious that they are basically playing against guys, but the Iranians say the men have been receiving all the other regimens associated with the procedure, including female hormones. One would think this kind of change is forbidden by Islamic law, but it's actually allowed.
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For one team in South Korea, it was something rather unexpected. Over the weekend at the World Cup Stadium in Seoul, the national soccer team FC Seoul were playing a match against Gwangju FC, when fans online began noticing the mannequins resembled sex dolls, with some even holding up posters advertising a company that makes sex dolls. Hope this is not the future of sports!
They were wearing masks and practicing proper social distancing, even though there was no way any of them could be infected with the novel coronavirus. Coronavirus is retiring the handshake. The coronavirus outbreak has athletes and medical experts from all over the world wondering how good sportsmanship can be embraced without shaking hands. Representatives from FC Seoul have said the team thought it was using about 25 regular mannequins to fill the void in the stands during its game Sunday against Gwangju.