Ro­bot sex doll’s Scot ac­cent for strap­ping Jocks

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HOOTS! A sex ro­bot with a sul­try Scot­tish ac­cent is now be­ing shipped to hun­dreds of randy cus­tomers.

Har­mony, which is pow­ered by ar­ti­fi­cial in­tel­li­gence, has been un­der de­vel­op­ment since it first ap­peared in the news in 2016.

Built by U.S. tech firm Real­botix, the life-like droid is able to talk, joke and even re­mem­ber pre­vi­ous en­coun­ters with its lusty owner.

And now the £7,000 sil­i­cone doll is on its way to buy­ers ea­gerly await­ing their new Scots-burr com­pan­ion.

Guile Lin­droth, Real­botix’s AI chief, said: “We have started to ship the first pre-or­der units of our ro­bots to cus­tomers.

“Our first lot of ro­bot heads has around 350 units.”

The sex doll is a ro­botic head pow­ered by a smart­phone app and can be paired with sil­i­con bod­ies which can come with heat­ing and touch sen­sors.

Any­one is able to get the soft­ware and be­gin build­ing the foun­da­tions of their re­la­tion­ship with the an­driod. 7-UP was orig­i­nally called ‘Bib-La­bel Lithi­ated Le­monLime Soda’.

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