Yuri Tolochko, from Kazakhstan, popped the question to Margo in December 2019. The wedding was earlier delayed in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic and an attack on Yuri
A bodybuilder has finally married his sex doll after delaying the ceremony for months.
Yuri Tolochko, from Kazakhstan, has been living with Margo for a year and a half and says he popped the question back in December 2019.
He first met her at a night club, and the pair were due to get married in March this year before the coronavirus pandemic threw the world into turmoil.
Yuri earlier told the Daily Star that 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 finally tied the knot at a ceremony attended by dozens of guests. Sharing footage of the celebration on Instagram, Yuri wrote: “It’s happened. To be continued.”
In the video, Yuri slips a ring onto Margo’s finger before the pair share a tender kiss. They then take the first dance in front of a delighted crowd.
The bodybuilder identifies as a pansexual, and can fall in love with “a character, an image, a soul, just a person”.
He explained: “I like the process of sex itself. And gender, sexual orientation are not particularly important here.”
Discussing his sex life with Margo, Yuri added: “Our story turns me on much more than sex itself. I also love BDSM.
“I love being tortured, I can endure a lot of pain. I love to dominate too. Margo is capable of what other people are not capable of.”
According to earlier local media reports, his union with Margo should stand. The only requirements for a wedding to take place in Kazakhstan are that both consenting parties have to be male and female and over 18 years old.
Due to apparent fears about her appearance, Yuri decided to book Margo in for plastic surgery earlier this year.
He explained: “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 plastic surgery.
“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.”