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Japan cancels VR porn fest after too many people come

Japan’s first virtual reality porn expo has been cancelled due to overcrowding.

The Adult VR Fest 01 was taking place in the Akihabara district of Tokyo and was set to show off the latest developments in sexy hardware accentuated by VR handsets.

Apparently, only 20 hairy-handed guys made it inside before the festival was shut down due to security concerns.

The event didn’t start until 2pm, so I went there in high spirits an hour before then, but the city was already overflowing with people,” according to a translation (via Inquirer) of a reporter’s account.

“There were so many that it was almost impossible to keep the situation under control.”

The reporter who did make it inside managed to witness various masturbation aids that can be paired with VR porn films, viewed from a headset.

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The purpose of the gadget pictured appeared quite obvious. There was also a machine that blows air on a user’s hand in a manner that simulated the act of fondling a breast.

There was also a mannequin with neither arms nor legs, which is designed to be groped during the grot flick.

Thankfully, disappointed filth enthusiasts will be able to attend a ticketed fest in August.

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