Bound Corpse Found By Roadside Was Actually Sex Doll

Story By: Joseph GolderSub-EditorMichael Leidig, Agency: Newsflash

Credit: Newsflash/District police authority Wesel

Cops called by worried motorists over what appeared to be a woman’s body lying by the roadside found a tied up sex doll.

The incident took place in the town of Voerde in the western German state of North-Rhine Westphalia.

According to German newspaper Bild, witnesses were sure they could see its “bones shimmering through the cover.”

Motorists called the police and officers responded, locating the ‘body’. They then pulled back the cover to find a 50-kilogramme (110-lb) latex sex doll.

The doll, which appears to be a redhead, can be seen in the images casually lying on the plastic wrapping she was found in, and bizarrely wearing a white mask around ‘her’ eyes.

Credit: Newsflash/District police authority Wesel

She appeared to have no pubic hair and had one arm half-raised, as if to greet the responding officers.

Another image shared by the police shows the doll before ‘she’ was unwrapped, and very much resembling a body, with ‘her’ feet sticking out of the plastic and the shape of ‘her’ head clearly visible, lying right where tarmac turns to high grass.

The police are quoted in Bild as saying: “The life-size, tied up maid immediately started making noises when she was unwrapped. Anyway, our colleagues had a lot of fun with this extraordinary effort. After all, you don’t find wrapped up sex dolls every day on the side of the road.”

The police stated that the “lost property” was available for collection by its rightful owner at the police station in the town of Dinslaken. They said that they thought the owner might turn up as it was probably worth about 800 EUR (720 GBP).

Credit: Newsflash/District police authority Wesel

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Joseph Golder

I am a journalist and currently work as the chief subeditor at Central European News.

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