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Amazon blasted for 'encouraging paedophilia' over 'daddy's little s**t' tAmazon has come under fire after t-shirts with the words Daddys little s**t were for sale on the site. Shocked shoppers voiced their horror after spotting the item of clothing, which was offered by a seller named Onlybabycare. Amazon was blasted for selling a product that sexualised children and prom

oted paedophilia. A screenshot of the t-shirt - which has since been removed - was shared

by journalist Yashar Ali on Twitter . Mr Ali wrote: Posting here in hopes itll expedite removal from Amazon. It immediately drew horrified responses, with one writing: If I ever saw a child wearing this t-shirt, Id call the police. One woman said she would call the police if she spotted

children w

earing the items (Image: Twitter) One woman said she wished she could unsee the products (Image: Twitter) Read MoreRelated ArticlesSt

ruggling family devastated after 1,100 Christmas vouchers sent to wrong address Lawyer Eliza Orlins responded: I cannot believe its still up. And it comes in sizes starting at 2T. FOR TWO YEAR OLDS!!!! Kendra Wagner wrote: Amazon makes it very hard to contact them, but I just wrote through chat. Said it sexualized children and promoted pedophilia. And they said thanks for bringing it to our attention - it is a new item and there is a team that looks at offensive items for sale. T

he product was later removed from Amazon (Image: Twitter) Re

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outside Auschwitz So I held back requesting that Jeffrey Epstein didnt kill himself T-shirts could stay. An

other Twitter user

responded: What in the fresh hell is this? Take me off this planet. Willing to carpool. Responding to The Independent , an Amazon spokesman said: “All sellers must follow our selling guidelines and those who do not will be subject to action including potential removal of their account.

The product in question is no longer available. Users later shared scr

eenshot

s of other childrens products from different sellers carrying the offensive phrase, although many of these later appeared to have been removed by Amazon. One woman posted an image of a baby onesie with the offensive words on it, stating: I wish I could unsee this.

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