Customers Complain About Possible Swearing Dolls
FORT SMITH, Ark., Dec. 28 (UPI) — Many consumers including an Arkansas attorney have said a talking baby doll sold at Toys R Us appears to use foul language.
Attorney Joey McCutchen and others who have purchased the “You & Me Interactive Play & Giggle Triplet Dolls” from Toys R Us stores across the country said the pink triplet seems to be saying “crazy” and a word for a female dog among its babbling, the South Florida Sun Sentinel reported Wednesday.
McCutchen posted a video titled “Bad baby” to his YouTube account calling for the dolls to be removed from the shelves.
However, Toys R Us responded with a statement saying the doll only spouts baby talk.
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