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He said from the outside the game looked fine, but when he went into a room with a pool he was immediately “propositioned”.“They said ‘hi’ so I said ‘hi’ and they asked if I was a boy or girl and my age so I said I was an eight-year-old boy,” he says.“They asked me to follow them to their house, then into the bedroom and asked me to lay down on top of them and then they started with the sexual movements.“They said ‘you look cute’ and ‘you look sexy’.“It was sickening reading all the comments pop up.
My kids were completely oblivious as to what the words and stuff meant.” The disturbed father-of-two has deleted the application from his boys’ i Pad and encouraged others to do the same in a Facebook post.“It’s full of f**king paedophiles if you ask me it's completely messed up its turned my guts, anyways it's deleted off their computers forever and I'd highly recommend you check your kids to see if they have it and get rid of it,” he warned.
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Source: Supplied A mortified dad has expressed serious concerns over an online game – aimed at children - which allows strangers to contact and communicate with young kids.
Roblox, which markets itself as a gaming site for kids and teens, invites children into a virtual world to “create adventures, play games, role play and learn with their friends”.
But these extra features, plus the privacy and safety issues, make messaging apps better suited for social-media-savvy teens.
Some capabilities may not be fully blocked.** A very popular app with teens doing group videos.
Highly requested by parents as the app has the potential for inappropriate live video.
His post was shared over 800 times, with other parents sharing similar stories.
One mum got rid of the app after a similar situation: "I have had this experience too, my seven-year-old stepson had this game and he had people asking him things.
It has more than 30 million unique monthly users - predominantly kids.