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Mum Horrified To Find ‘Sex Toy’ Page In Her Five-Year-Old Daughter’s Frozen 2 Diary

A mum was horrified when she decided to take a look inside her five-year-old daughter’s Frozen 2 diary to discover that there was a page that had a rude sex toy checklist. 

Toni Alamos, from Queensland, was shocked when she decided to leaf through her five-year-old daughter’s Frozen 2 Diary to discover that it wasn’t appropriate for children.

The mum had purchased the activity book from Kmart supermarket and couldn’t believe what she saw as she went through the pages.

Despite the book not looking like it had been tampered with, it contained two explicit checklists.

The first checklist was labelled ‘Positions’ whilst the other was named ‘Sex Toys’.

In the former section, there was mention of ’69’, ‘cowgirl’ and ‘doggie style’. Whilst the latter checklist mentioned ‘butt plugs’, ‘dildo’ and ‘rabbit vibrator’.

Luckily, Toni’s daughter had not batted an eyelid at the material and appeared oblivious. Although the preschooler can read, she isn’t familiar with such rude words.

To warn other parents before purchasing similar items, the mum shared the diary to Facebook to make people aware.

She captioned the post: “Anyone who got the Elsa ‘Frozen 2 secret Diary’
Just be careful !!!!!!!!! Honestly can’t believe it !!!”

Anyone who got the Elsa 'Frozen 2 secret Diary' Just be careful !!!!!!!!! Honestly can't believe it !!!

Posted by Toni Alamos on Sunday, 19 April 2020

Following the appalling discover, Toni decided to go back to Kmart and complain to staff about what she found in what had meant to be a nice present for her daughter. Employees apologised for the error and suggested that she took a full refund.

Despite the offer of a refund, Toni declined as she decided to keep it as a memento.

The mum told Daily Mail Australia: “You just don’t check that sort of stuff.

“If it was in a diary in the adults’ section in Kmart I would have understood but not in a kid’s book come on…

“(Kmart staff) did try and replace it but I just said I would keep it just for the laughs.”

Since Toni complained, Kmart has issued a response.

They said: “We are so very sorry – and extremely embarrassed – to hear about a customer’s recent experience with our Frozen 2 Diary Make Over Set.

“This does not in any way reflect our views as a family business and we are investigating this situation as a priority with our supplier.

“We do hope this is an isolated incident but have decided to withdraw this item from sale just to be sure.

“We’ll be conducting a thorough investigation and encourage any customers who have experienced an issue to please get in contact with a member of our customer service team.”

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