Last year, a bodybuilder married a s3x doll and now claims to be madly in love with an ashtray, which he hopes to give an artificial v@gina to. Yuri Tolochko claims to have moved on from his heartbreaking breakup with Margo the doll and is starting a new life.
After marrying a doll in a ceremony attended by dozens of guests in November 2020, the 36-year-old from Kazakhstan made international headlines.
However, the pair has called it quits, and Yuri has found a new love interest. The ashtray in a club recently captivated the Kazakh muscleman, and he now wishes to equip it so they may get closer.
He posted on Instagram: “At first I just arranged a photoshoot with it. But then it began to attract me. “I wanted to touch it again, smell it. I love its brutal scent, the touch of metal on my skin. It’s really brutal. “I also like that it has a story, that it’s not new, that it has served many people and continues to serve them.”
Yuri identifies as a pans3xual, and can fall in love with “a character, an image, a soul, just a person”.
He explained all about his new relationship, saying: “I liked it — the smell of it, the touch of metal on my skin. It’s fantastic.
“I like the touch of sharp metal on my skin, it excites me so I think you can understand what attracts me to this ashtray.”
“I have a special passion for objects — they have always been alive for me,” he added.
“This is certainly not the same as a person, these are completely different feelings. This is akin to how a violinist can love his violin which is 300 years old.”
But if Yuri wants to take future steps with the ashtray, he may need to get some legal advice. According to local media reports, his union with Margo officially stands.
In Kazakhstan, the only requirements for a wedding to take are that both consenting parties have to be male and female and over 18 years old. A clue to their split could have come months before they tied the knot.
Yuri decided to book Margo in for plastic surgery. Speaking before the wedding, he said: “She has changed a lot. At first, it was hard to accept but I got used to it later on.
“It was at a real clinic with real doctors.
“When I presented her photo to the world, there was a lot of criticism and she began to develop a complex so we decided to have surgery.”