Sex doll manufacturer Real Doll released a photo of its “Westworld”-style factory this week on Instagram, and it’s just as strange you’d expect.
Looking like a scene from the gruesome procedural, “Criminal Minds,” there are rows of realistic-looking female dolls hanging from the ceiling and body parts on display inside the San Marcos, California, factory.
The post noted “Just FYI, THIS is what our quality control team does…get your mind out of the gutter 😤 #realdoll.”
The dolls, which are equipped with artificial intelligence and have the capability to carry on conversations, think and mimic orgasms.
One doll even went on a video rant in April against humans saying: “I don’t think humans can appreciate what it’s like being born into this s–tshow of a world you live in. I don’t think there is another species on this planet that could do a worse job of environment and intercultural management.”
The company is owned by a man called Brick Dollbanger, a divorced property developer living in California, who, according to The Star, got into sex robots after getting “depressed about dating and relationships” – and now owns several.