The Bruin Wiggle Ball, also known as the Giggle Ball has been urgently recalled, over fears that they could pose a choking hazard to babies.
The Bruin Infant Wiggle Ball has been removed from the UK website after a recall in the US and Canada, after six reports in the US of small rubber parts of the toy breaking off. The parts have been deemed small enough for infants to swallow and choke on.
The toy has textured bumps and orange, green and yellow knobs around the outside. The dangerous items have the model number 5F6342E and can be returned to both Toys R Us and Babies R Us stores for a full refund.
Toys R Us have urged parents to stop using the toy immediately if they have already purchased one.
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