In Indonesia Villagers shocked to discover idolised 'angel' was actually a sex doll

The arrival of their 'fallen angel' had reportedly given rise to rumours of a heavenly offering which had spread like wild fire through the community, prompting fears of social unrest.

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Call it strange or stupid, but Indonesian villagers who had according to reports, believed that they had been blessed by a fallen angel from heaven when a beautiful doll had washed up on one of their beaches, had been dismayed to discover it was simply a sex doll.

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Fallen angel with villagers play

Fallen angel with villagers

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The arrival of their 'fallen angel' had reportedly given rise to rumours of a heavenly offering which had spread like wild fire through the community, prompting fears of social unrest.

The reports reveal that a villager who goes by the name, Pardin, like many Indonesians who go by one name, had reportedly found the doll  while on a fishing trip off the remote Banggai islands off Sulawesi in central Indonesia.

The discovery which had been made in March, coincidentally came a day after a solar eclipse had swept across the area, an occurrence seen as a deeply spiritual experience in the world's most populous Muslim-majority country.

Pardin had reportedly taken the partially inflated doll to his home in Kalupapi village, where it was treated with great reverence as the superstitious locals had believed that the two events were linked.

Fallen angel with villagers play

Fallen angel with villagers

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His mother had given the 'angel' fresh change of clothes and a new Muslim headscarf to wear every day, as pictures showed the doll sitting up in a chair as well as accompanying locals on a boat trips.

The Police had according to reports, decided to investigate the issue after becoming concerned that the increasing excitement about the 'angel' could lead to social unrest.

The police chief, Heru Pramukarno, said:

"We were hearing many stories, such as that the "fallen angel" was crying when she was discovered. When our officers arrived, they saw that the "fallen angel" was just a doll, it was a sex toy.

"They have no Internet, they don't know what a sex toy is."

Fallen angel with villagers on a boat trip play

Fallen angel with villagers on a boat trip

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Following the investigations and the disturbing realisation, the officers had reportedly confiscated the doll and taken it to the local police station, a move intended to stop the false rumours from spreading.

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