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Bodybuilder Who Married His Silicone Girlfriend Says He'd Actually Like More Wives

Yuri Tolochko, the Kazakhstani bodybuilder who married his silicone girlfriend, has revealed that he’s got room in his heart for even more artificial wives.

In a recent interview, Tolochko spoke about how his wife — Margo — had become broken just days before Christmas.

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“I don't want Margo to break down again,” he said. “And that means I have to unload her.”

Tolochko explained that he was considering having “several wives” in addition to his original bride, as it’s a “tradition [that] exists in some eastern cultures.”

However, his approach is slightly less-traditional as the wives are set to be dolls.

"I am currently considering two options,” he explained, noting that he’d been “acquainted online” with one of the silicone women.

"I even decided to fly to her, meet her. She lives in Moscow. But they didn't let me out of the airport, because of the quarantine,” he added.

The bodybuilder, who has 100,000 Instagram followers, made headlines in 2019 when he proposed to his voiceless girlfriend.

The duo got married last year and there was even a wedding video to certify the event.

Yuri Tolochko, the famous Kazakhstani bodybuilder who married his silicone girlfriend, just revealed his doll has broken just days before they planned to celebrate the holidays.

In a recent interview, Tolochko explained that his new wife has been sent away to another city to be repaired after she became “broken” shortly before their first Christmas as a married couple.

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A famous Kazakhstani bodybuilder is making international news after marrying his silicone sex doll. Yuri Tolochko proposed to his girlfriend, who he calls Margo, back in December of 2019. 

According to Sport Bible, the two had been in a relationship for eight months before he popped the question. The wedding was delayed twice, once because of COVID-19 and again after he was assaulted while participating in a transgender rally. 

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