Bodybuilder Who Fell In Love With Doll And Married It: ‘There Is A Tender Soul Inside’

Even though the advance of technology is a great thing for the most part, some inventions just do not help humanity advance in any way whatsoever. 

Especially when certain inventions are put forward to replace human love.

It all started when Kazakhstani actor and bodybuilder, Yuri Tolochko first saw and immediately fell in love with Margo… the doll. The two had met in a bar when she was being assaulted by another man. Yuri claimed he was able to save her and ever since the two have been inseparable. One thing led to another, and very soon the couple decided to get married.

According to The Daily Star, Yuri had reasons to believe that she had been struggling with low self-esteem.

He said that she “began to develop a complex” ever since he announced their relationship to the world.

“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,” he said.

Yuri believes that the surgery helped Margo, and said:

“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.”


The unusual couple is now regularly posting pictures together doing all kinds of things, for everyone to see.

And surprisingly, they both have separate social media profiles. They were even invited to Russian TV show, Comedy Club, to talk about their relationship. But despite the show’s name, Yuri’s fans take his relationship with Margo very seriously. The couple had dated for 8 months before taking their relationship to the next level.

Yuri sees Margo as a normal human being and even said they fight just like regular couples. He was even able to get her a waitressing job at a bar but admitted that she needs assistance when walking.

“She can’t walk by herself,” he said.


Yuri said that “she swears but there is a tender soul inside” and also loves Georgian cuisine.

“Her favorite dish is khinkali,” he added.

Yuri says he is “pansexual”, which means he can fall in love with,

“A soul, an image, a character, or a person. I like the process of sex itself. And gender, sexual orientation is not particularly important here,” as per EuroNewsWeekly.

The couple might have become an internet sensation, but there are some who still doubt the validity of their relationship.

One person wrote on Twitter:

“I feel sorry for these men because they are clearly incapable of having an intimate relationship with an actual human being. They really need to go see a psychologist.”

Another person noted that the use of steroids might have damaged Yuri’s brain.

And someone even said that Yuri’s love for Margo is caused by a medical condition.

According to Psychology Today, Agalmatophilia is:

“a sexual paraphilia in which individuals derive sexual arousal from an attraction to (usually nude) statues, dolls, mannequins and/or other similar body shaped objects.”

But this does not in any way change Yuri’s feelings for his wife.

At first, the wedding had been planned for March 2020, but the pandemic derailed the couple’s plans. Back then, Yuri made an Instagram post 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.”

But according to Start Tribune, the two eventually tied the knot in the company of family and friends in a magical wedding ceremony. Wearing a black suit, Yuri was looking stunning beside his wife dressed in a white lace gown. They posed for photographs before heading out to enjoy a night of dancing and drinking.

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