The consultant has asked that his name not be used, but in his lawsuit, he said he imported the plastic mannequin on December 28. It arrived in TT but was told by customs it was being detained as it was considered to be in breach of section 45 (1) (L) of the Customs Act Chapter 78:01. Source 5x.
Cases like this is really common globally and you can't really stop certain people from bringing the "Obscene" items in the first place. I think the companies should focus more on real ILLEGAL items such as drugs that are constantly being imported and exported in and out of the country!
Out of curiosity, because I didn't even know this was a thing, what was the result of the case? Did he win?
We interrupt Are Sex Dolls Allowed In Trinidad & Tobago? to share correct from yesteryear:
Today is: 8th July (GMT), in history on the 8th of July, 1932 AD the following death happened:
Florenz Ziegfeld: US theatre producer (Ziegfeld Follies)