Council calls for action over potentially dangerous dolls

Walsall Council are calling for action to be taken over the potentially dangerous ‘fruit headed’ dolls which have been on sale in the Midlands.

A cabinet member said the council would be writing to to the EU and to the Chinese Government.

As we have said, we don’t want to spoil any child’s happiness which is why their safety is paramount to us.

Young children tend to bite and chew and if they do so with these dolls their health could be put at risk.

We have acted on reports that the ‘fruit headed’ dolls are potentially dangerous and have followed up reports that they are on sale to ensure they have been taken off sale.

We would now like to go a step further and will be writing to the EU and to the Chinese Government to express our wish for action to be taken to ensure this product is not put on sale again.

– Cllr Zahid Ali, Walsall Council cabinet member for public health and protection

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