Luckily, her mother Katherine insisted on going with her and was horrified to see her daughter's new friend was a year-old man. He was arrested but under UK law no crime had been committed.
In a separate case last October, year-old Patrick Green was jailed for five years after pleading guilty to sexually abusing a year-old girl he met through an internet chatroom. Nigel Williams of children's charity ChildNet International thinks police should be able to step in before such abuse takes place. Nigel Williams is calling for police to intervene earlier "Police should be able to intervene and arrest people before they harm children, chat sexy en guarapuava they see them enticing children and attempting to lure them to a meeting where they can sexually assault them," he said.
Last October, his charity set up a website to warn children of the dangers of chatrooms.
The Home Office report Chatroom Danger identifies three other areas of concern: children are exposed to inappropriate conversation they are the unwilling subjects of sexual fantasies they are sent indecent or obscene images. Home Office minister Lord Bassam said a review of the law was being considered.
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The mother said: "To take this to the worst possible conclusion, we may not still have our tweaker chat rooms now. No charges Chief Inspector Neville Pinkney, of Milton Keynes Police, said: "This was a most disturbing case, and had it not been for the vigilance of danver girl's mother, the year-old could have placed herself at quite considerable risk.
The year-old was arrested but released without charge.