Unveiling the dark side of sex doll collecting: Thai man’s spooky encounters with his new doll

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A Thai sex doll collector took to Facebook to share some spooky stories that would not look out of place in a horror movie after he bought a new doll from a stranger online.

The man, who runs a Facebook page called the Imaginary Diary of a Drink Vendor (ไดอารี่สุดกาวของพ่อค้าร้านน้ำ), believes the sex doll he bought is haunted by a troubled spirit.

A stranger messaged the buyer on Facebook and offered him a flawless second-hand sex doll at a very reasonable price. The original cost was 40,000 baht but he got a discount and paid only 25,000 baht.

The seller delivered the doll to him the next day. The man thoroughly checked the doll and found that it was more than perfect for the price he paid. He put clothes on her, combed her hair and then placed her in the bedroom with the rest of his harem.

While he was dressing the doll, his girlfriend came around to check on it. The scene she witnessed left her speechless! She was astonished! She said…

“Don’t you think the doll looks exactly like me? It looks so realistic. Agree?”

The man acknowledged that the sex doll was remarkably lifelike and bore a close resemblance to his girlfriend in terms of height and body shape. However, he dismissed the similarities, stating that it was not unusual as sex dolls are meant to resemble real women. He then proceeded to store the doll in the second-floor bedroom.

A day after getting the doll, strange things started happening.

He heard a noise from the room, as something had fallen on the floor. When he went to check, he found a comb on the floor. Just as he went to put the comb back where it belonged, he noticed that the doll’s hair was messy, as if she needed him to comb it. He was sure her hair was perfectly groomed the last time he saw her. Nevertheless, he combed the doll’s hair again and then put the comb back.

A few days later, the sex doll collector returned home after working in another province for a few days and found that the doll had turned its face toward the door. He distinctly remembers that when he left for work the head was looking straight ahead.

He wrote on Facebook that he had an eerie feeling as if someone was watching him. He also acknowledged that he might have imagined it.

The man added that he was a sex doll collector and did not use the dolls for sexual purposes. Instead, he studied the dolls’ posture and anatomy for drawing. He also revealed that he had depression, and the dolls helped him get over his depression.

But the eerie feeling would not leave him and every time he turned his back on the doll or moved about the room he felt as if the doll was following him.

The sex doll collector believes the doll could be possessed by a spirit and that is why he got it so cheap. The former owner had a bad experience and wanted rid of it because something bad had happened. The man who sold it was just the middleman, he did not own the doll.

The man says he is still trying to get to the bottom of the mysterious sex doll and find out where it came from. He believes trauma surrounds the doll and wants to know what happened.

In Thailand, sex dolls and other sex toys are considered illegal. Aside from that, a person who possesses a sex toy is sometimes viewed as being a sex addict, sexually obsessed, immoral and a danger to society.

According to Thai Customs, exporting or importing sex toys can lead to imprisonment of up to three years, a fine of up to 60,000 baht, or both.

Some Thai users still purchase sex toys online, but they may end up with poor-quality products. One woman even reported being electrocuted while using a sex toy from an e-commerce website. The story raised awareness about the safety of sex toys, and many urged the government to legalise them to control their quality and to prevent the dangerous case that the woman faced.

Last year, a former Member of Parliament from the Palang Pracharath Party, Sira Janejaka, urged the committee to legalize sex toys. Sira argued that it was a resident’s right to have and use sex toys and that it could help reduce sexual assault cases in the country. However, the idea is still under consideration, and no development has been launched yet.

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Petch Petpailin

Petpailin, or Petch, is a Thai translator and writer for The Thaiger who focuses on translating breakingThai news stories into English. With a background in field journalism, Petch brings several years of experience to the English News desk at The Thaiger. Before joining The Thaiger, Petch worked as a content writer for several known blogging sites in Bangkok, including Happio and The Smart Local. Her articles have been syndicated by many big publishers in Thailand and internationally, including the Daily Mail, The Sun and the Bangkok Post. She is a news writer who stops reading news on the weekends to spend more time cafe hopping and petting dwarf shrimp! But during office hours, you can find Petch on LinkedIn and you can reach her by email at petch@thethaiger.com.

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