Walmart has said that it will remove sexually explicit toys from its website’s children’s area after a lady looking for a present for her little nephew discovered the graphic wares.
Danica Bennett discovered the products two weeks ago when looking for Christmas present ideas for her 10-year-old nephew on Google.
Bennett claimed she ended up on Walmart’s website, where she found pornographic photos selling sex items under the ‘Toys’ and ‘Stuffed Animals’ sections for children.
Bennett claimed she called Walmart many times in the last two weeks to report the sexually explicit goods and get them removed from the website, but she was unsuccessful.
She said that she was told that Walmart had escalated the situation, but that no action had been taken.
Bennett stated that her three-year-old daughter was with her when she went online shopping and saw the photographs as well.
Walmart also stated that the seller’s account will be canceled and that she would no longer be able to advertise items on their website.
Bennett phoned CTV News Toronto after reading a story earlier this week about an Ontario lady who bought a toy cactus from Walmart’s website that curses and sings about using cocaine in Polish.
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