More retailers remove magnetic putty over arsenic fears

More retailers remove magnetic putty over arsenic fears
 

More online retailers have removed a toy from sale over fears it contains dangerous levels of arsenic.
The "Magnetic Putty" had seven times the permitted amount of the poison and was barred from sale by Northamptonshire Trading Standards.
Groupon and eBay have removed listings for the putty, following Amazon.
Ben Clark, 12, received it as a Christmas gift and his father, Jonny Clark, told the BBC he was "angry" at Amazon's "massive failure".
Amazon said if users had concerns they can contact their customer service.
Auction site eBay said the listings have been... read more

 
30 January 2018 in Regional, Views: 38
Source: BBC
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