Sick: Sex dolls portrayed as children seized

Sick: Sex dolls portrayed as children seized
Customs officers in Norway have seized 21 sex dolls portrayed as children, reports NRK.

Police sound the alarm after Customs in recent months have seized 21 Sex dolls made as children. The officers have reacted strongly to the sight.

Since autumn 2016, the Customs Service has identified several cases where Norwegian citizens have been ordering and importing sex dolls portrayed as very lifelike children, police inform to NRK.

Some of the recipients of the dolls have previously been convicted of sexual offenses, several have had access to children through work or family, and several have previously been unknown to the police.

- I react strongly when I see this. The first was seized in October, and since then we have seized 21. We are worried and shocked, says Jørn Ferner Bergersen, Acting Deputy Director of the Customs Administration's intelligence center.

The dolls are about a meter long. Some dolls have been wrapped in blankets and some had children's clothing.

In addition, the packages contained various cleaning equipment. The dolls are ordered by men aged 18-60 living across the country.

- There is no doubt that you know what you order when you buy this online, says Bergersen and points at the doll who arrived on Monday.

- I simply get sick.

The Customs Administration, together with police have chosen to inform about the seizures because they are concerned about the development.

- We think it is important for the socio-protective role we have at the border, says Bergersen.

Experienced customs officials who found the dolls, reacted strongly when the dolls were discovered, according to NRK.

- We were not prepared for what we were unwrapping. I felt sick, says customs chief investigator, Birgitte Hansson.

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