SCANDINAVIAN sexperts are urging the use of child-like sex dolls in a bid to stop paedophiles from abusing real life children.
The Sexpo Foundation in Finland wants the disgusting dummies to be made available to paedos following a reported boom in imports in neighbouring Norway.
Norwegian cops revealed they are increasingly seizing creepy child-like sex dolls, mostly made in Hong Kong.
More than 20 have been impounded by customs in the past six months.
Child sex dolls are banned in Norway.
Norway’s National Criminal Investigation Service says those who have ordered the dolls are men aged between 18 and 60.
This includes some convicted of sexual offences against children.
Police fear the purchasers “may pose a risk of committing abuses against children in the future.”
But an open letter to the Norwegian authorities, the Sexpo Foundation – set up in 1969 to help sexual welfare – argues they should be made available.
The letter by Sexpo executive director Tommi Paalanen says: “Both Sexpo services and international studies have shown that the risk of a sexual offence against a child can be reduced by providing a paedophile with a channel for their desires.
“Sex dolls are one such channel.
“A person who uses a lot of money and effort to purchase the doll has already made the decision that he wants to carry out the sexual tendency.
“Therefore, it is important that the customs authorities or others concerned about the sex dolls actors do not hamper their availability.”
In January Sun Online revealed how almost two dozen people have now been arrested on suspicion of owning the “obscene” child sex dolls, with one man under investigation for allegedly importing the sick robots on a “commercial” basis.
The sex robots are also being sold on the dark web, where websites are claiming to offer dolls modelled on “real human children” aged as young as five.