AMAZON GRIME Amazon selling sick ‘child-sized’ sex dolls online as campaign groups slam online giant | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED


AMAZON GRIME Amazon selling sick ‘child-sized’ sex dolls online as campaign groups slam online giant

Although none of the dolls are advertised as being "children", campaigners said they had the appearance of young girls.

Earlier this year Amazon pulled child sex dolls from sale after widespread criticism from charities over concerns people who use such lifelike dolls may go on to sexually abuse children.

But a Sun Online investigation found "child like" dolls are still available to buy from the online retailer.

A Chinese seller boasts that one of the dolls, being sold for £65, has "the largest sweet and soft nipples".

It explains how “the chest can be filled with water, give you a beautiful feeling of the most real”, adding that it was “easy to clean”.

Another doll being advertised for £78 is described as being “flexible and durable” and “can be placed anywhere.”

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