Police called after ‘headless corpse’ is found – turns out to be a discarded sex doll

 Police called after 'headless corpse' is found - turns out to be a discarded sex doll
The street cleaner was extremely concerned<br />(Stock Picture: Flickr/Luca Belletti)

Oh.

Police received a concerned call from a street cleaner, 31, who was convinced he had stumbled upon the remains of a grisly murder.

posted by arisenaija.net@8:51pmOfficers attended the scene in Lubeck, Germany, where a ‘headless corpse’ sighting had been reported – only to find a discarded and sex doll.

The decapitated, and probably rather deflated, sex doll was wrapped in a blanket with one foot sticking out.

The police report said: ‘After more exact criminal observation, it was ascertained that we were dealing with a so-called sex toy which had no head.’

Mandatory Credit: Photo by Imaginechina/REX (4241142j) A worker piles up inflated adult sex dolls Sex dolls being produced at a factory, Ningbo city, Zhejiang province, China - 06 Nov 2014 Sex toys in China are not hard to find. They're sold in "adult health" shops around the country, available in hotel minibars and even on sale by the checkout counter at some convenience stores, next to the gum and candy. This is peculiar in a country where just 30 years ago, public criticism erupted when a magazine published a picture of a couple kissing on its back cover. The about-face in attitudes towards sex in China, which began when the prudish Chinese Communist Party government launched its opening and reform drive in the late 1970s and has been catalyzed by the Internet, is creating a prime business opportunity for the sex toy industry, insiders say. The market will grow to about 40 billion yuan (US$6.53 billion) by 2014 from approximately 10 billion yuan at the end of 2011. And now the fast-growing e-commerce in China is also fueling the sex toy industry as many shops sell such products online to avoid privacy issues of their customers.
A worker piles up inflated adult sex dolls Sex dolls being produced at a factory, Ningbo city, China (Picture: Rex)
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