South Korean football club sorry for 'X-rated' sex doll controversy

One of South Korea's top football clubs apologised for causing "deep concern" Monday after being accused of using sex dolls to fill empty seats at a weekend game. FC Seoul insisted the mannequins -- used in the absence of fans, who are banned because of the coronavirus -- had "no connection to sex toys". Other mannequins, which wore facemasks and were separated according to social distancing guidelines, held placards advertising the company and some of its models.