The bodybuilder who married the love of his life, a sex doll, has to now face the holidays alone as he copes with the tragedy.
Bodybuilder Yuri Tolochko from Kazakhstan had found true happiness when he married the love of his life, a doll named Margo. To him, she was everything he was looking for in a partner and said she had a "tender soul inside." Unfortunately, Yuri suffered heartache at Christmas when Margo tragically broke just days before the holiday, according to Mirror UK. The bodybuilder mentioned that it has ruined their plans for their first celebration together as a married couple.
With Christmas Day being celebrated on January 7 for those in Kazakhstan, all Yuri can do is to wait and see if all of her bits can be repaired back to good working order in time for the festive day. He said that he may stay at home with Margo and order “steaks and sushi” or “have some fun with friends.” In the meantime, Yuri has to be patient. “She is broken. Now she is being repaired. She's in another city. When she recovers, it will be a gift for both of us," he said, according to The Daily Star. After all, he wasn't going to give up on his soulmate.
According to his statements, the couple first met a couple of years ago in a bar where Yuri saved her from a random guy who was troubling her, reported The Daily Star. Soon they started dating and as their love grew, they decided to take their relationship to the next level by getting engaged and then married. But Yuri mentioned that it wasn't easy for Margo. He said, "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." Thankfully, the surgery helped her. "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," he added.
The wedding, which had been planned for March 2020, was derailed twice. The first time was when the novel coronavirus forced a lot of people into their homes, making any ceremonies near impossible. Yuri broke the news on his Instagram page saying, "Dear friends, our wedding has been postponed due to self-isolation. As soon as the mandatory quarantine is lifted, we will plan the wedding within a few days."
However, despite his optimism, it was once again postponed. This time, it was for a far more debilitating reason. Yuri was attacked during a transgender rally in the Kazakh city of Almaty on October 31, 2020, which left him with a broken nose and concussion, as per reports from The Daily Star. Yuri was attacked for being dressed as a woman to portray the biases in society. He posted pictures of his injuries on his Instagram page. Yuri elaborated, "A few months ago I started using a female image for performances. I named this character Amanda. Through this image, I convey certain ideas in our society. So I was beaten." In a video posted by Yuri, one can see the abuse he suffered as a result of a man who tore off his wig and punched him.
He found joy, though, when he tied the knot with Margo in a sweet ceremony in November 2020. Describing their relationship, Yuri told The Daily Star, “In general, I began to be jealous of Margo. Many men would like to imagine the same. After the wedding, I decided to show her less to people, I forbade her from Instagram (I did this a long time ago). Maybe I'm being too selfish. But that's the beauty of Margo, that I can do this to her and she won't mind."