Japanese rescuers summoned to fish out ‘drowned woman’ — discover discarded sex doll

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Rescuers were summoned to rescue a sex doll that was thrown into the sea at Hachinohe, Japan. — Photo via Twitter/ @VoW_wheeeeeeeee
Rescuers were summoned to rescue a sex doll that was thrown into the sea at Hachinohe, Japan. — Photo via Twitter/ @VoW_wheeeeeeeee

KUALA LUMPUR, June 21 — Rescuers in Hachinohe, Japan were dispatched to rescue an abandoned sex toy that had been mistaken as a human who drowned.

Japanese YouTuber Tanaka Natsuki tweeted that she saw the “rescue” efforts when shooting a fishing video.

“I thought it was a floating human body but was later informed it was a sex doll.”

She added that someone also shared her same thoughts and had reported the matter to the police and fire department.

“The wife was eventually rescued,” she tweeted.

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Natsuki typically makes videos about her visits to hot springs.

Another Twitter user @VoW_wheeeeeeeee described the rescue as an oversized garbage.

The user, however, thanked the authorities for taking the effort to rescue the toy.

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SoraNews 24 reported that if one was too shy to put their love doll out on trash collection day, there are love doll funeral services available.

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