Man, 62, is in jail for 10 years after he & # 39; tried to import a lifelike child sex doll from abroad & # 39;
- A 62-year-old man from Perth reportedly imported a childish sex doll into the country
- Officers carried out an order and last month recovered the doll from his home
- Childlike sex dolls are a prohibited import under customs law
- The man has been charged and can receive up to ten years in prison
A 62-year-old man was charged after allegedly importing a childish sex doll into Australia.
The doll was reportedly recovered from his home in Leeming, about 17 km from the CBD of Perth, after officers from the Australian Border Guard and the Western Australia Police Force had executed a search warrant last month.
ABF officers had intercepted the doll in a cargo shed in Perth on May 16, the day before they invaded his home.
A 62-year-old man from Perth has been charged with allegedly importing a childish sex doll into the country. The doll was reportedly recovered from his home in Leeming after officers from the Australian Border Guard and Western Australia Police executed a search warrant last month
Childlike sex dolls cannot be imported into Australia.
Those who have such & # 39; offensive goods & # 39; trying to import can get a maximum of ten years in jail and a fine of up to $ 450,000.
Police said the accused is also charged with keeping up child exploitation material, possessing drug paraphernalia, a forbidden drug, and a forbidden plant.
He accused himself last week before the court of justice in Perth.
& # 39; Commonwealth costs for entering the childish sex doll are likely to follow, & # 39; the police said.
Two years ago, the ABF and WA had arrested two men for allegedly trying to import childish dolls into the country.
ABF officers intercepted the doll in a cargo shed in Perth on May 16, a day before they invaded his home
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