Bodybuilder says sex doll wife has tragically ‘broken’ days before Christmas

A bodybuilder who wed his sex doll in a groundbreaking ceremony has revealed she has tragically broken, potentially scuppering romantic plans for their first Christmas as a married couple.

Yuri Tolochko, from Kazakhstan, now faces a tense wait to see if she's repaired in time for the festive period, with all of her bits in good working order once more.

He said her safe return would be "a gift for both" of them.

Yuri tied the knot with Margo at a ceremony attended by dozens of guests in November.

He first met her at a nightclub, and the pair were due to get married in March this year before the coronavirus pandemic threw the world into turmoil.

The ceremony was delayed a second time after he was attacked during a transgender rally in the Kazakh city of Almaty on October 31.

However, the pair have now finally settled into married life.

Describing their relationship, Yuri told the Daily Star: “In general, I began to be jealous of Margo.

“Many men would like to imagine the same. After the wedding, I decided to show her less to people, I forbade her from Instagram (I did this a long time ago). Maybe I'm being too selfish.

“But that's the beauty of Margo, that I can do this to her and she won't mind.”

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On Christmas Day – January 7 in Kazakhstan – he said he might stay at home with Margo and order “steaks and sushi” or “have some fun with friends”.

In the meantime, Yuri has to wait for her to get repaired.

He added: “She is broken. Now she is being repaired. She's in another city.

“When she recovers, it will be a gift for both of us.”

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Sharing footage of their wedding day on November 25, Yuri wrote on Instagram: “It's happened. To be continued.”

The previous month, he suffered a concussion and a broken nose after dressing as a woman for a transgender march in Kazahstan.

Describing the attack on him, Yuri said: "A few months ago I started using a female image for performances. I named this character Amanda.

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"Through this image, I convey certain ideas in our society. So I was beaten."

Yuri attended the rally dressed as Amanda and shared a video of his courageous protest and the assault that unfolded.

A man was recorded tearing off his wig before flooring him with a punch.

However, Yuri made a full recovery and wed the love of his life just a few weeks later.

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