Children's Commissioner criticises Amazon over Child Sex Dolls

England's Children's Commissioner says Amazon should ensure "disgusting" child sex dolls are not restored for sale on its website, after a Humb's crew investigation found them for sale on its platform.
About a dozen child sex dolls were found for sale on Amazon Marketplace.
After the Humb's crew  contacted Amazon about one doll it was removed, but three days later it was back on the website.
Amazon said it had now removed all the specific products which the BBC drew to its attention.


In a statement Amazon said: "All Marketplace sellers must follow our selling guidelines and those who don't will be subject to action including potential removal of their account. The products in question are no longer available."
Responding to the Humb's crew investigation, Anne Longfield, England Children's Commissioner, said: "These dolls are disgusting and are clearly meant to look like children.
"Not only do I, as Children's Commissioner, but the wider public also, have a right to expect a huge company like Amazon, to not only remove these products from their platform, but to explain why they are on there in the first place and ensure they can't just be reloaded having been taken down.
"Such dolls are clearly built for one purpose and that purpose is a clear danger to the safety of real children," she added.
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