Facebook forced to remove 'Bikini Jailbait' page directing users to porn site

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An offensive page called 'Bikini Jailbait', which exploits young women and directs people to hardcore porn websites has finally been removed from Facebook after it sparked outrage among users.

The site pictured many graphic pictures of seemingly under-aged young women in various states of undress.

The link provided by Bikini Jailbait directs Internet users to a hardcore porn page, the Daily Mail reports.

According to the paper, one person wrote on the page's wall that the site was 'wrong on so many levels,' and urged other users to report the site.

A representative for Facebook said that the page had been removed although would not comment on individual cases.

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