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There's some bad news today for those of you dreaming that you might one day enjoy a roll in the hay with highly-talented video star Paris Hilton: the hotel heiress has declined an offer to have a sex doll made in her image.

An outraged Hilton said: "I turn down perverted things, some sex things. Like a Paris Hilton blow-up doll ... They were like, 'They'll sell for $50,000 each, it'll be the real-life you.' And I'm like, 'I really don't want a real-life me with anyone, anywhere. No!'"

At $50k a pop, we can only assume that the proposed sex machine would have been a fully-functioning cyberminx, ready and willing to perform for the cameras in One Night in RoboParis. Sadly, we'll never know. ®

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