Fans can buy 'Just-In Beaver' for $26
Patrick Davies

10:49 5th November 2012

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A Justin Bieber sex doll has hit the shelves and is sure to brighten the lives of his many US fans. See an image of the doll below.

Created by opportunistic manufacturers, Pipedream, the doll has been profoundly dubbed 'Just-In Beaver'.

It is marketed as a 'one size fits all' product suitable for male or female fans, and is expected to cost around $26.

The company's description of the product doesn't leave much to the imagination.

It reads: "Meet Just-In Beaver, the barely legal boy-toy who’s waited 18 long years to stick his lil’ dicky in something sticky! When he’s not busy beating up paparazzi or beating off, he’s up to his high-tops in hot Hollywood tail!"

Check out the shocking packaging below.

The packaging for the brand new 'Just-In Beaver' sex doll

Pipedream were also keen to make it clear that it is not just Bieber's female following who can 'enjoy' the product.

The description adds: "But the Beave-ster doesn’t have this effect just on women — he turns straight men gay faster than you can peel his skinny jeans off!

"So what are you waiting for, inflate this lil’ pr**ks’s ego even more and have your very own Beaver bash!"

The product's release comes just months after the same company issued a Miley Cyrus sex toy. It is thought the success of that product was the inspiration for the new Bieber model.

The response from Bieber enthusiasts has been mixed.

One fan was quoted as saying: "I find this so disturbing that people think it's okay to make this."

While another was more forthright with their reaction, simply stating: "I want it."

However fans who are desperate to get their hands on their very own 'Just-In Beaver' may not have very long to do so.

The new doll, like the Miley Cyrus version, is unlicensed meaning it is only a matter of time before Pipedream will be forced to halt its production.

See Justin Bieber's latest single 'Beauty and a Beat' below.

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