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FC Seoul Fined $82,000 After Putting Sex Dolls In The Stands

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David Hookstead Smoke Room Editor-in-Chief
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FC Seoul has been fined a ton of money after reportedly putting sex dolls in the stands for a game last weekend.

The South Korean soccer team was fined a record $82,000 for the stunt, according to ESPN. The club initially tried to deny they were sex dolls, but the league offices apparently disagreed with FC Seoul’s explanation. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football)

Pictures of the dolls went ultra-viral this past weekend. You can see some photos below.

An $82,000 fine for putting sex dolls in the stands? Is that really necessary? We’re in the middle of a war against coronavirus right now.

That means fans aren’t allowed in the stands for games. Drastic times call for drastic measures! If that means you have to put sex dolls in the stands, then that’s what you do.

All the South Korean soccer league has done with this move is unite the whole world behind FC Seoul. I’m not sure how anyone can cheer against them at this point.

They should honestly just keep doing it. They received more attention in a day on Twitter than they ever had before.

At this point, what do they have to lose?

At least it was good for a few laughs!