Millionaire Asks Company to Replicate His Ex-Wife as a Sex Doll

(TMU) — It’s a well-known adage that money is unable to buy happiness, and it certainly cannot buy love—but one millionaire believes he may be able to buy his way out of a broken heart with a certain novel purchase.

The unknown millionaire has asked a sex doll company to create a sex doll that looks just like his ex-wife.

His estranged spouse reportedly left him one day in 2017 after 35 years of marriage, when she suddenly informed the man that she no longer loved him, he claims.

While most people may have rebounded into the dating game, or perhaps perused a dating app or two, this man felt that there was no other way to fill the void left behind by the divorce except through a lifelike “love doll” that resembles his ex.

And while he claims he’s explored other options in dealing with the loss, he continues to feel “bereft” since she left him and he can’t bear the thought of being “intimate” with another person.

The man also admitted that he’s rich and doesn’t want to be taken for a ride by gold-diggers who are simply out to take his cash.

So the man reached out to luxury online retailer Hush Hush to see if they could create a facsimile of his erstwhile spouse.

Writing to the company, he said:

“I have an unusual request that I’m hoping you might be able to help me with.

“First of all, I appreciate that this may sound odd, but I have exhausted all other avenues and have not been able to find a solution.

“As background, I should explain that in late 2017, my wife of 35 years left me saying she no longer loved me and since then I have been bereft.

“Because of this, I’m trying to find someone who can help me create a sex doll that looks just like my ex. I know it sounds weird, but she’s the only woman I’ve ever known, and I can’t face the idea of getting intimate with anyone else.”

Continuing, he notes that other sex doll manufacturers were unable to meet his stringent demands for a truly precise “level of detail” that could find its way into his heart like his ex-wife once did.

The man concludes by claiming that money isn’t an issue to him as long as he can find a mannequin truly worthy of his love—and that he would pay any price for such an object.

“I have hundreds of photographs of her that the model can be based upon, but most importantly, it needs to match her beautiful auburn hair which I would like to be genuine. The other materials don’t really matter too much as long as I can snuggle up to it…

“I really can’t come to terms with the idea of dating again–as I said, she is the only woman I’ve ever known.

” If you are able to help me out, I would be incredibly grateful.”

Aaron Harpin, the founder of HushHush.com, told Capital FM:

”We do pride ourselves on being able to help our customers achieve their dreams and to navigate their world in a way that they want. While this request does seem a bit weird to start with, it’s obvious the poor guy is heartbroken.

“Our services are obviously built around connecting our customers with amazing people who can help them but this request is a bit different to our usual.”

The millionaire isn’t the first to make such a seemingly bizarre request.

According to the Mirror, 70-year old Zhang Wenliang in China also attempted to preserve the memory of his wife who died of cancer by purchasing a doll resembling her in August 2016. However, the retired doctor was thrust into bereavement once again after the doll began falling apart due to overuse.

By Elias Marat | Creative Commons | TheMindUnleashed.com

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