Posted by sean on February 18, 2019 at 9:04 pm in Have I Got News For You with No Comments


Is it just me, or is this mother going a little crazy?

When mum-of-five Tanya Husnu purchased a toy lion for her son Hakan, she didn’t look too closely at it.

However she later wished she had paid more attention, after her three-year-old daughter Aylah, began yelling about the lion’s ‘willy’ in a very crowded area.

Upon closer inspection, the parent, 33, was shocked to discover that her young child’s toy did indeed have a miniature penis underneath the tail.

And now the mum is calling for the toys to be banned as she believes they are ‘inappropriate’.

Source: Mirror

Surely, even at a young age, a child is old enough to learn that male lions have a penis. The mother should feel lucky – I’ve seen lion genitals on David Attenborough documentaries and they’re much bigger than the one on the toy…

According to the story, the toy was imported from Australia. Considering her daughter is only three-years old, wouldn’t it have been advisable to check the toy upon delivery?

Never mind the meat and two veg, the child may have ended up poking their eye out with a sharp pointed object, or swallowing a small part – and I don’t mean the lion’s willy.

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