BANNED TOYS

Mt Druitt - St Mary's Standard (East) - - NEWS -

Toy gun with suc­tion cup pro­jec­tiles Mini iron­ing set Nov­elty chil­dren’s in­stru­ments in­clud­ing pi­anos, xy­lo­phones and recorders Peppa Pig squeaky toys Thomas the Tank En­gine talk­ing trains

Bump­ing cars aimed at young chil­dren Trad­ing de­tected new prod­ucts which had the po­ten­tial to cause in­jury or even death to young chil­dren.

Toys with small parts or that fail the drop test – breaks into small parts if dropped – and any­thing smaller than a ping pong ball or an Aus­tralian 20 cent coin could choke a child less than three years old are most con­cern­ing.

In a sep­a­rate case, Par­ra­matta store, Lee­lana Toys and Things had sold toys for chil­dren aged three and un­der that were not com­pli­ant un­der the Aus­tralian Con­sumer Law.

“Sell­ing dan­ger­ous toys

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