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Abercrombie & Fitch Introduces The Pre-Teen Padded Bikini Paedophile Lure

by | 28th, March 2011

THANKS to Abercrombie & Fitch, the too-skinny pre-teen can lure paedophiles from their hiding place (Boscombe) by wearing a padded swimsuit. Well, so goes the scare story.

(Bikini top seen right – actual size.)

Says one shopper:

“Shame on you for sexualizing small children. In a world where parents work hard to keep their children safe, you go and make little girls look like they have breasts? Perverts.”

It might be argued that any parent worried about placing their child in a padded swimsuit may not buy one. It may also be argued that paedophiles like children to look pre-pubescent and may not find a child who looks like an adult their thing. And it may be argued that anyone who sees a child in a swimsuit and focuses on their breasts and buttocks is a bit odd – after all, you don’t know it’s padded, so what are you leering at?

Of course, we’ve been here before. In 2010, Primark sold the padded bra top that became known as the “paedo bikini” (not to be confused with the paedo knickers). The Sun said:

Primark bosses invite parents to send out girls of seven dressed as sex objects to be leered at by paedophiles

The thing was banned. And the paedophiles had to make do with leering at children dressed in, well, anything…

Spotter: Cheryl

Posted: 28th, March 2011 | In: Reviews Comment | TrackBack | Permalink