“I thought I was going to die because I was scared”… ‘The body of a half-naked woman with open eyes’ found in a reservoir, it turns out

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At a reservoir in Gwangju, Gyeonggi-do, a man found a body presumed to be a woman, and it turned out to be a ‘real doll’.

On the 17th, an article titled ‘A man who found a dead body while taking a picture’ was posted on a number of online communities.

Person A, who wrote this article, said in a post, “I was taking a picture of a landscape and it felt strange to me, so I approached it and saw a shriveled finger over my shoulder.” explained

He was so surprised that he was about to report it to the police, but suddenly something strange was discovered. So, when he got closer, he said that it was a real doll, not a human body.

Person A said, “I don’t know why people throw this thing into the reservoir.”

Looking at the photos that Mr. A posted on an online community, the real doll looks like a human corpse.

At the time of discovery, this real doll had her eyes open and her body curled up. Her upper body was stripped and she was only wearing a skirt and stockings.

Netizens who saw this photo showed various reactions, such as “I don’t know why they throw it away like that”, “It’s amazing to see the photo”, and “I must have mistaken it if it was me.”

The problem of illegally disposing of Realdolls has occurred before. In fact, in March of last year, a report of a bag floating in the Han River was received, and a fire brigade dispatched to the scene collected the bag, and a Real Doll was in it.

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The real doll was collected by the fire department and disposed of.

If Realdols are dumped outside the designated place without permission, a fine of not more than 1 million won may be imposed in accordance with Article 68 of the Waste Management Act.

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