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Female Sex robot, Samantha worth over a million Naira damaged after being sexually molested and ‘roughly treated’ at electronics fair

A sex robot, Samantha costing a whopping £3,500 (N1.6 million) was damaged after it was molested and “roughly treated” at a fair.

The developer of the hyper-realistic robot attracted considerable interest at the Arts Electronica Festival in Linz, Austria.

The robot called Samantha went to market this summer. The doll reacts to the touch and voice of users and gained huge media attention.

36-year-old Arran Lee Squire, from Holyhead, North Wales, spent nearly four years working with creator Dr. Sergi Santos on the sex doll which uses Artificial Intelligence (AI) to interact with users.

Samantha which appeared with Arran on This Morning is now on sale at sex shops and he says it can be used by couples to spice up their love lives.

Arran and Sergi were present at the show for two days but according to the Daily Post, “Samantha” was damaged by “barbarians” when she was left on display on the final day.

Arran said;

"There was so much interest at the festival, people were really interested in how she worked, especially after all the media attention she has received. We were there for two days and everything was fine, but then had to leave on the last day and she was left just on display".

“When we got her back, it was clear she had been roughly treated which is not how she should be handled, she should be treated with respect. There was damage to the neck and mouth, my business partner described these people as ‘barbarians’. This is not how she should be treated! She has sensors all over her body and needs a gentle touch".

He said the media interest helped in bringing about additional sales with couples and older people among those who have bought them, adding that the most sales were to single men. They are now working on a male version.

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