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BANGALORE, INDIA: The Indian authorities is likely to press Ctrl+ Alt + Del on Savita Bhabhi, reportedly the first cartoon porn star in the country.

The latest report is that Savita Bhabhi had caught the fancy of an 11-year-old boy in the city, who allegedly sent an obscene MMS clip from the site to his teacher prompting the police to make a move against the virtual bhabhi’s sexcapades.

Sources said the Karnataka police may recommend that the porn toon website be blocked, considering the negative impact it has among the cyber-crazy young generation.

The virtual Savita bhabhi has netted the ever-inquisitive minds of teens, with its tales of fantasy and ‘lessons’ for the dayEver since the seductive ‘bhabhi’ had made inroads into the cyber world in March this year there were widespread protests against the virtual porn star who dominated the Net and the ‘netted’ the ever-inquisitive minds of teens, with its tales of fantasy and ‘lessons’ for the day.

Psychologists had warned that such fantasies would have an adverse impact on the male psyche. However, no legal action has been mooted against the site so far.

But as many parents have started complaining that the website is a corrupting influence on young children, the police would ask the union government to block it, sources said.

The recent MMS scandal has further intensified the move. However, it is yet to convey the matter to the Computer Emergency Response Team (CERT-In) of the Union ministry for Information and Technology.

CyberMedia News had in May this year carried report on the ‘bhabhi.’ It had then contacted cyber law expert Na.Vijayashankar, who subsequently sent an e-mail to CERT-In, requesting to find the owners and block the site.

However, CERT-In normally takes action only on requests from law enforcement agencies.

“The content of the site is aimed at corrupting the minds of young Indians in a manner worse than the worst pornographic sites," Vijayashankar had pointed out in the e-mail. His warning has now come true with an 11-year-old allegedly sending an explicit MMS to his teacher.

No formal complaint has been registered against the boy.

According to the Section 83 of the Indian Penal Code, “Nothing is an offence which is done by a child above seven years of age and under twelve, who has not attained sufficient maturity of understanding to judge of the nature and consequences of his conduct on that occasion.”

Police admit that sites such as Savitabhabhi promote immoral relationships, and suggested that parents themselves can block such sites at home. However, most teenagers access such sites from cyber cafes to escape the watchful eyes of their parents.

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