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Accused pervert is arrested after the police reportedly found two child sex dolls at his home

Accused pedophile is arrested after the police reportedly found two “anatomically correct” child sex dolls from China and a stock of child pornography at home

  • Terry John Dunnett, 44, has been accused of owning childish sex dolls
  • Two ‘anatomically correct’ dolls reportedly found in the man’s Riverhills house
  • Reportedly, a third doll was found in a mission from China that caused the robbery

A man from Brisbane who was accused of having childish sex dolls appeared before the court.

Terry John Dunnett, 44, is the first person in Queensland to be charged with the crime under the new Commonwealth laws focused on child abuse related crimes.

Officers would have seized two of the anatomically correct dolls from Dunnett’s house after they found one in a mission from China.

Dunnett was released on bail to appear in the Brisbane Magistrates Court on April 3.

Police raided Dunnett’s house in Riverhills on the outskirts of Brisbane on January 25 after border officials reportedly found a childish sex doll in a shipment from China five days earlier.

The two dolls are said to have been seized on January 25 from a Riverhills house in Brisbane

During the raid, the police also grabbed a tablet and a laptop that they said contained child abuse material.

Dunnett was accused of two counts about possession of a childish sex doll, one count of an attempt to own a childish sex doll and one count of possession of child exploitation material.

The three charges against child sex dolls each carry a maximum sentence of 15 years in prison, while the charge for child exploitation material has a maximum of 14 years, police said.

Commonwealth laws made it illegal to own child sex dolls like the one pictured above from September 20 and the sentence has a maximum prison sentence of 15 years

Commonwealth laws made it illegal to own child sex dolls like the one pictured above from September 20 and the sentence has a maximum prison sentence of 15 years

Commonwealth laws made it illegal to own child sex dolls like the one pictured above from September 20 and the sentence has a maximum prison sentence of 15 years

This sex doll and the one pictured above were described by the police as “anatomically correct” and would have been confiscated from the Riverhills house

It became illegal to own sex dolls that look like children in Australia according to the Commonwealth legislation that came into force on September 20 last year, and the crime has a possible 15-year prison sentence.

Assistant Commissioner of the Australian Federal Police (AFP), Lesa Gale, said that sex dolls for children could strengthen the sexualization of children and make people more insensitive to the damage caused by sexual abuse.

“Sex dolls for children are not harmless and do not prevent insulting people in the future,” she said.

“The Australian Federal Police will pursue any form of exploitation or activity of children that enhances the sexualization of children. This includes sexual acts with items depicting children, such as sex dolls for children, which are legally considered material for child exploitation. “

Australian Federal Police Assistant Commissioner Lesa Gale said the dolls do not prevent people from insulting or harmless

Australian Federal Police Assistant Commissioner Lesa Gale said the dolls do not prevent people from insulting or harmless

Australian Federal Police Assistant Commissioner Lesa Gale said the dolls do not prevent people from insulting or harmless

The AFP referred to research by the Australian Institute of Criminology that found that the use of childish sex dolls could encourage perpetrators to switch from viewing online child abuse to abusing real children, although this was not proven.

The research also showed that the dolls can cause offenders to objectify children as sexual beings, and there is a risk that they will use them to care for children for sex.

Australian Commander of the Australian Border Force for Queensland Chris Waters said the arrest should warn anyone who thinks she can import child abuse material that they will be caught.

“Child sexual abuse is a rapidly evolving global problem and the ABF is actively working with our law enforcement partners to further investigate these cases at home and abroad, to prevent damage to children here or abroad,” he said.

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