The FC Seoul , club who play in the K-League South Korea , has been fined some 75,000 euros for competition because of the placement of sex dolls in the stands during a match behind closed doors against Gwangju.

Matches in the Asian country are held without fans in the midst of the coronavirus outbreak and FC Seoul acquired the dolls thinking they were mannequins that are commonly used in store windows.

Thus, the club installed the dolls as a " fun item " during the match, but acknowledged that it reviewed them "in detail", later admitting that some came from a sex doll producer and even contained advertisements for adult websites. " It was an inexcusable mistake on our part, " said FC Seoul, who has accepted the fine imposed by the league.

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