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SEX toys such as the famous Rampant Rabbit could be BANNED by barmy Brussels killjoys.

Green Euro MPs want to outlaw the use of PVC in electrical goods, claiming the plastic is harmful when it ends up at rubbish dumps.

Though the move is aimed at mobile phones and white goods such as dishwashers, it would cover sex toys too.

A European Parliament spokesman said: "Electrical goods end up in landfill sites, often in developing countries, and that is a problem. Sex toys would be included."

The British Plastics Foundation has warned the move would cost the industry almost £1billion as it scrambled to replace PVC.

UKIP chairman Paul Nuttall said: "Taking PVC out of electrical goods would cost millions... and cost the bedrooms of Britain a lot of fun."

And News of the World sex columnist Tracey Cox said: "There are going to be a lot of very disappointed women out there.

If this is true there's going to be some very disappointed ladies.

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On Paul Merton's across europe tv thing he visited a german wooden dildo factory! I suspect it's pressure from them :)

yeahm but what were the Dildos made out of?

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I wish the Guardian allowed readers to post articles on CiF. I feel an epic trolling of the porn-banning eco-lesbians would provide some high quality laughs. Come on ladies, we don't inherit the earth from our parents, we borrow it from our children, wheres your compassion, wheres your sense of social responsibility? There is more to life than selfish cheap thrills.

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they are the wrong shape too.

that extra prong clearly adds to the packaging, and EU ministers say Vibrators should be the same shape as regulation bananas.


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