After a parent discovered its X-rated anatomy, a popular children’s toy has once again come under fire.
Bianca Stone, a Queensland Sunrise correspondent, posted a photo of an L.O.L surprise!
She was surprised to find that it was possible to remove the small toy ‘s clothes to expose a tiny privates.
“It was certainly a big (little) surprise when my five-year-old unwrapped her new L.O.L doll to find he was anatomically correct,” she said.
It’s the first time her daughters have chosen an L.O.L Surprise boy, Stone says!
After an uproar earlier this year, dolls were removed from shelves in Big W ‘s Australian stores.
The dolls, sold in Kmart, Target, Coles and Big W, show sexualized outfits that are not noticeable while buying them, one mother took to Facebook to say.
She claims, for instance, that the word “caution” appears on her underwear, which tends to turn into tape or bandages.
“We need to stand up for our children,” she says in the video.
“What’s going on right underneath our noses… our children are being groomed for pedophilia, it’s as simple as that.
“As a mum, I am fuming and so… livid right now that my daughter has these toys in our house and I knew nothing about it.”