Sex doll sharing service shut down for being too ‘vulgar’

NEW YORK POST – LIA EUSTACHEWICH

A sex doll sharing service in China has been scrapped days after its launch because it’s been deemed too “vulgar” by police, according to reports

The company, called Touch, shut down its controversial “Shared Girlfriend” service Monday – four days after launching in Beijing — after receiving complaints that it was a “bad influence on society,” according to the South China Morning Post.

“Soon after the ‘girlfriend sharing service’ launched, it triggered intensive attention and heated discussion online,” Touch’s developer Xiamen HaiBao

Information Technology Co, said in a statement. “We were informed by relevant authorities and voluntarily cooperate with all the investigations and accept the punishment.”

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