Do you have any of these Frozen dolls?
Fake Frozen dolls are a health risk and they have flooded the UK
A huge haul of Frozen dolls were seized by trading standards officers and now parents are being urged not to buy them.
The fake Frozen dolls are putting children’s health at risk. Trading standards officers warned dangerous copies of Disney’s best selling Snow Queen Elsa who belts out the number one chart smash Let It Go, pose a serious health risk to youngsters.
The fake Frozen dolls contain banned, cancer causing chemicals and are being snapped up by unsuspecting parents as gifts and treats.
The dolls from the movie Frozen include Elsa’s sister Anna and the snowman Olaf and cost £9.99 instead of the usual RRP of £35.
But they contain toxic Phthalates which have been linked to causing cancer, asthma and damaging the reproductive system.
Trading standards teams have already seized a haul of the hazardous dolls from shelves of stores in Pontefract, West Yorkshire, but warned they could be on sale across the UK.
Not only is the massive price reduction an indication that these dolls could be fake, giveaways include Disney spelt wrong on the packaging and appearing as “Disnfy” and no UK or EU importer details on the boxes.
Anyone who believes they have bought the potentially lethal dolls should contact the Citizens Advice Consumer Helpline on 03454 04 05 06.