Urgent Recall Of Popular Dummies Over Choking Fears
An urgent recall has been issued for a popular line of dummies sold across Australia over fears babies could choke to death while using them.
Customers who bought BIBS Dummies, which are made by the company Chloe Layla and Co, are being warned to be aware of potentially deadly defects.
In a statement on their website issued on February 17, the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) said that "a cord or ribbon attached to a dummy may pose a strangulation hazard".
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In an explanation regarding the recall on its website, the ACCC went on to write that: "Warning notice or hygienic care instructions were not provided to consumers and dummies should be inspected for damage or weakness before use."
Customers who purchased the product from October 21 to November 4, 2018 have been asked to contact the retailer and to inspect the dummies for any damage or weakness before use.
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