More dangerous toys banned in nsw in pre christmas blitz

More dangerous toys banned in nsw in pre christmas blitz


Newspapers have published warnings on toys in Sydney’s north that include cockroaches, moles, scorpions, flying rats and jellyfish.
A spokesman for the NSW Department of Primary Industries says several toys in the Greater Sydney area have been banned since last week’s holiday madness started.

“This week’s Christmas rush has caused a significant increase in the numbers of dangerous toys being sold — even among children,” said spokesman James Gannon.

The list includes:

A pair of dildos

Three pairs of double dildos

Three pairs of anal beads

Two pairs of condoms

One pair of vibrators

A piece of PVC pipe

A plastic tube with a screw in it that looks like a little rubber butt pljarvees.comug

A tiny plastic ring that fits over a vagina

Two small pieces of twine

A small plastic piece that makes a tiny dent inside a baby’s anal opening

A plastic tube that comes with a hook attached to it

A small plastic piece that goes inside the vagina

It is not just toys in the holiday frenzy. The NSW Government’s Anti-Venom Coalition said in a statement late last night that mor바카라사이트e than 200 species of poisonous critters in the State had not been discovered by the end of the month.

It included cockroaches, scorpions, moles, flies and jellyfish, all of which are extremely toxic to humans.

It is alleged there were at least 27 cases of people exposed to cockroaches in Sydney last month.

The state Government’s Food and Environment Minister, Stuart Ayres, is calling on people to “take extra precautions and don’t let your kids spend Christmas day in the open with nasty objects”.

Topics: pest-management, pests, sydney-2000

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