SKorean soccer team accused of putting sex dolls in seats

By KIM TONG-HYUNG Associated Press
SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — A South Korean soccer club has apologized after being accused of putting sex dolls in empty stands during a match.

FC Seoul expressed “sincere remorse” over the controversy.

It insists that it used mannequins to mimic a crowd at the Seoul World Cup Stadium on Sunday.

The K-League returned to action on May 8 following weeks-long postponements because of the coronavirus.

The league plans to play all games in empty stadiums until the risks of coronavirus infections are lowered.

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