Coronavirus sparks surge in demand for sex dolls from randy self-isolators

A top sex doll supplier has received a surge in demand due to the coronavirus outbreak.

The disease has forced millions around the world to self-isolate to stop the spread of the bug.

That has led to a surge in self-isolators stock-piling, as people turn to home entertainment in a bid to keep themselves amused.

And for many, that has seen them seek out sex dolls to share their time holed up with 'company' during the crisis, according to doll firm Silicone Lovers.

Speaking exclusively to Daily Star Online, the company's boss Louie Love said that orders have been pouring in following the outbreak that began in Wuhan, China, at the end of last year.

Mr Love told us: "We've definitely seen a spike in interest in dolls since the news of COVID-19 hit.

"Everyone seems in a bit of a panic to try and get a doll before they are possibly forced into isolation.

"I mean there are a lot of introverted doll owners anyway and existing doll owners are understandably quite smug that they are safe and already do not socialise too much.

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"Their dolls are disease-free and are no threat like the outside world.

"There have been initial concerns about shipping but as yet we haven't experienced any delays.

"It's business as usual and everyone is looking for some kind of indoor entertainment, and perhaps someone to cosy up with and watch the new season of Westworld!"

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The coronavirus broke out in Wuhan, China, at the end of last year and has gone on to ravage countries around the world.

More than 150,000 people have been infected with thousands of deaths.

In the UK, supermarket shelves have been left empty as people stockpile goods for the crisis.

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