Kentucky Man Arrested For Ordering A “Child-Like” Sex Doll From China
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A string of arrests for adult men ordering sex dolls has taken place with alarming escalation this year, with the latest being a man from Kentucky who was arrested for importing a “Child like” sex doll from China.

Fox19.com is reporting that a 26-year-old man from Erlanger, Kentucky, ordered a sex doll from China, but it was intercepted by a child protection agency.

The man is being charged with 20 counts of matter portraying a sexual performance by a minor.

We don’t actually know what the exact doll looked like, and can only go by what the Kentucky State Police said.

According to Fox19, the Kentucky State Police issued the following statement…

“Master was arrested as the result of an undercover Internet Crimes Against Children investigation. The KSP Electronic Crime Branch began the investigation after matter portraying a sexual performance by a minor was discovered in an international shipment addressed to Erlanger, Kentucky. The investigation resulted in the execution of a search warrant at a residence in Erlanger on October 9, 2019. Equipment used to facilitate the crime was seized and taken to KSP’s forensic laboratory for examination. The investigation is ongoing.”

Basically, importing inanimate material from China that people determine looks like a child, is considered child abuse.

This isn’t the first time this has happened. A slightly higher profile case popped up back in September, which was covered both by Sankaku Complex and in a 12 minute video by YouTuber Hero Hei.

In that case a 45-year-old man from Finnmark County, Norway, was fined $1,120 and jailed for importing a Japanese sex doll back in 2016, according to NRK. The major issue? It was a meter tall and Norwegian police claimed that it had “child-like” features.

More recently another man from Mobile, Alabama, was also arrested for not registering as a sex offender in Alabama and for having a “child-sized” sex doll, as reported by Fox10 News.

It’s a dangerous precedent to start arresting people for owning inanimate dolls.

At least in Japan they don’t seem to pry on people for indulging in a weird hobby that doesn’t actually involve hurting anyone else, like what happened when a man married a Hatsune Miku doll, as reported by the Japan Times.

(Thanks for the news tip Treavor GornintheUSA Calkum and Plake Filmmaker)

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