SICKOS are attempting to order child-like sex dolls online – and the FBI are on their case.
US sex robot maker Realdoll recently revealed it had teamed up with the Feds to help them track down paedophiles contacting the company.
The FBI is working with multiple sex robot firms on similar hunts.
Speaking on the podcast Two Girls One Mic last month, Realdoll's Michael Wilson said he had a dedicated contact to send details to.
"I actually have no problem saying we have connections with the FBI," Wilson said, as reported by SexTechGuide.
"We have a contact that we send emails to with names and stuff like that in the event that that’s it."
He added: "I mean, I’m guessing those people are already on a list because if there’s they’re sending you that email they’re probably already looking at porn that’s questionable.”
Despite the horrific implications of allowing paedos to have their way with child-like sex dolls, Wilson said that he had "mixed feelings" about the ghastly orders.
"Actually, because we get a lot of people that want children dolls and things along those lines," he said. "I have mixed feelings on that."
People are now paying up to $10,000 for increasingly life-like sex robots that are posing more psychological and moral dilemmas for their owners.
The legality of child-like sex dolls is murky, however, as the machines are still considered objects in most countries.
Supporters of child sex robots suggest they could stop perverts harming real children, though there is little evidence to back this claim.
Leading charities and police chiefs want to criminalise the dolls and say they are more likely to lead to offending.
Realdoll doesn’t make child dolls, but Wilson said he wasn't totally opposed to it provided research emerges that backs the controversial idea they stop peados from sexually abusing real kids.
He said the firm would make them "if there was a study done that 100 per cent unequivocally [said] if we made child dolls, it would prevent – and not open a door to more – but actually prevent any hurt coming to children.”
He added that there wasn't currently a lot of data to support the idea that child sex dolls would stop paedos from offending.
“Actually, some data even pointed that it could increase those desires,” Wilson said.
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Sex robots are essentially realistic dolls that have sophisticated movements and "areas" that closely mimic humans so that they can romp.
Prof Noel Sharkey, chairman of the Foundation for Responsible Robotics, said guilt-free threesomes was just one of the potential uses for sex robots.
Others include “teledildonics” – wireless technology which allows a person to stimulate their partner remotely and already exists in vibrators on the market.
Sex bots will become hyper-realistic with features such as built-in heaters to create the feeling of body warmth.
They will also have sensors to react to your touch.
One company is even developing a head that can speak, smile and sing for its robot sex dolls.
Sex doll Harmony claims to be the first to offer an "emotional connection".
Experts say these specialised robots will start to appear in ordinary homes in the next decade.
It is currently illegal to import child sex dolls in the UK dolls under the 1979 Customs and Excise Management Act but ownership is not against the law.
The child-like mannequins have been sold through sites such as Amazon and eBay.
The UK's National Crime Agency has previously investigated the sale of disgusting sex robots designed to look like children, arresting more than two dozen people on suspicion of owning the obscene dolls.
The NSPCC has previously slammed the suggestion that child sex dolls are beneficial for paedos and said the robots risked desensitising offenders.
The NSPCC’s Jon Brown, said in 2017: "There is no evidence to support the idea that the use of so-called child sex dolls helps potential abusers from committing contact offences against real children.
"And in fact there is a risk that those using these child sex dolls or realistic props could become desensitised and their behaviour becomes normalised to them, so that they go on to harm children themselves, as is often the case with those who view indecent images."
The Sun recently exposed a creepy sex robot swapping forum where owners trade their "bruised, battered dolls" with each other.
In 2018, The Sun exclusively revealed how one sex-bot collector had spent $200,000 on love dolls – which he keeps in a cupboard.
Brick Dollbanger, the horny hobbyist in question, also moonlights as a sex robot tester, and bonked the famous Harmony sex-bot so hard he "broke" her.
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