Sex doll owner to leave fortune to mannequins in will but refuses to be buried with them: ‘It would be like being buried with your sister

A sex doll owner says he’s going to leave his fourtune to the mannequins in his will. Yes, Chris who appears on the Channel 5 documentary The Sex Business: Me And My Sex Doll spoke about his love for the toys and how they have changed his life. So much so, he is wanting to leave his money to the lifelike creations after he dies. When chatting on the programme, 


Chris showcased his three dolls and spoke about his relationship with them. He confessed: ‘I don’t have sex with them because they can’t give me permission. ‘I watch porn and that’s enough for me but we do take photos together.


 I’d feel like I was betraying them, I know that sounds weird, but that’s just me.’ Sex doll owner to leave fortune to mannequins (Picture: BPM Media) The participant of the show has been married three times, but admits that he enjoys alone time with his mannequins. ‘I don’t want to be without them,’ he insisted. ‘They are nice to cuddle and soft and feminine. It’s a comfort thing. I don’t really need a relationship, they have changed my life, I have never been so happy. Talking about his will, Chris revealed he has left his fortune to his collection for when the day comes that he passes away.


 The industry is now estimated to be worth a whopping £38billion by 2020 (Picture: Maroon Productions) He said he won’t be buried with them (Picture: BPM MEDIA) ‘I have made provision to look after them for when I’ve gone.’ he said. But that’s about as far as his relationship would go – as he swore he’d never be buried with them. ‘I couldn’t have them buried with me,’ Chris affirmed: ‘It would be like burying your sister with you. It would be like killing them.’ Game of Thrones showrunners to leave HBO and seek a new home after season 8 backlash The sex doll industry has grown over the past few years and is now estimated to be worth a whopping £38billion by 2020. 


The Sex Business: Me And My Sex Doll is on Channel 5 at 10pm tonight.