LOOK: There’s a “Squid Game”-Inspired Doll Eyeing Jaywalkers Along Ortigas Mall

Have you watched Squid Game yet? The thrilling new Netflix series is definitely a must-watch with its amazing ensemble cast and imagery. If you’ve seen it, then you’ll agree that there’s one key figure that particularly stands out: the huge scary doll that signals players to stop and go during the “Red Light, Green Light” game in the first episode. Well… The freaky doll has recently been spotted in the Philippines… Are you ready to play?

Photo from Netflix

The 10-foot-tall doll can be found at Robinsons Galleria Ortigas Mall (East Wing Entrance) and has been placed there to monitor jaywalkers that cross the mall’s nearby street.

Photo from Netflix

Jaywalkers were surprised when the giant doll started moving its head and its eyes flashed red light.

Photo from Netflix

Local netizens and some from Malaysia, Indonesia, and Thailand commented on social media, pointing out the experience looked like it’s as thrilling as the game in the series. One post even had 72,000 shares! TikTokers from Indonesia and Korea also posted hilarious reactions to the doll stunt.

Photo from Netflix

Check out this video to see the doll in action:

Joining the Squid Game craze, It’s Showtime will present Squid Game: Extra Life, an all-or-nothing game based on the newest K-Thriller where six faces from the past will meet each other in a head-to-head battle for an extra life on September 23 to 25.

To get ahead of the game and see how the doll disciplines rule breakers, watch Squid Game now streaming only on Netflix.

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