Arran Squire, 36, from north Wales, brought along 'Samantha' (he is pictured with her on the left) for her debut on ITV's This Morning on Tuesday, and the hyper-realistic robot's presence both amused and horrified presenters Phillip Schofield and Holly Willoughby.

 Joking it would be like 'making love to a car GPS', Phil went on to say he had touched the doll and it was so cold 'it felt like a corpse'.

That's apparently no deterrent to Arran's wife (top right), who confirmed she's had 'threesomes' with
her husband and the robot.

Arran's wife, Hannah Nguyen, 38, confirmed she was more than happy for the doll to join them in bed revealing that she had even had a threesome with it.

Arran explained that Hannah was part of his lovemaking with Samantha, to which Phillip asked if she was 'totally happy with it'.

'Yes I am. Me as a woman I am not offended to have her around. I am not worried [she will replace me]. She is just someone there like a family member.'

Asked if she had had a threesome with Samantha, Hannah added: 'Yes, we've had fun with her. There is no worry about someone else or an affair, we don't have to worry about disease.'

However, television psychologist Emma Kenny slammed the idea of sex doll for 'objectifying' and 'commercialising' women's bodies.

She said that 'it wasn't acceptable or healthy' to use the technology in the way that it can replace relationships with simulation.

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