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Amazon pulls sexually explicit childrenswear from its Canadian site following complaintAmazon has pulled several children’s clothing items displaying the sexually explicit message "I love c--k" from its Canadian e-commerce website, following a CBC News investigation.

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Clothing was modelled by children and displayed the message 'I love c--k'

Sophia Harris · CBC News(Amazon.ca)

In the meantime, Zikova uncovered several other children's items bearing the same "I love c--k" message. They included a "Christmas dress for girls" modelled by a young girl and marketed as "funny."

"How is this funny?" she said.

Amazon responds

Amazon told CBC News in an email on Sunday that the items violate the company's offensive products policy, which bans children's items with adult content, including sexual references.

"All sellers must follow our selling guidelines and those who do not will be subject to action, including potential removal of their account," an Amazon spokesperson said. 

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