Who says boys shouldn't play with dolls? Certainly not this guy.
Murray, from Queensland, has been in a relationship with dolls for over eight years, since his third divorce. And, now is happily settled with Noni, his love doll. I guess conversation is overrated anyway...
But just because she's made of plastic, don't go thinking Noni is easy. It's taken Murray and Noni a long time to get to where they are now.
He told ABC: "It took me over a year to learn how to handle and manage a doll. How to make love to dolls. Once you've got over that massive learning curve, suddenly they take you to realms you didn't even know existed. A doll can do many things a real woman cannot.
"Depending what mood she's in will depend on what type of sex we have. It'll be totally different. One day she'll be into BDSM and another it'll just be: 'Hold me close and cuddle.' It sounds crazy! But that's how it works."
Murray is now a one-doll man, but that wasn't always the case. 6ft Noni is his fourth doll. When he sold one of his previous dolls he also had to get rid of all of her clothing, because Noni wouldn't wear it. He says that each doll has her own personality, sense of style and even a favourite perfume.
The global trade in plastic love/sex dolls has become a million-dollar business in recent years.
Each to their own.
Words Claire Reid