Doll pulled from shelves after mum 'mortified' at how it was dressed

A popular toy doll has been pulled from the shelves of one of the country’s biggest retailers after a mum said she was ‘mortified’ after buying it for her daughter.

B&M have taken the toy off shelves across the UK.

The Na Na Na surprise doll – which comes wrapped as a ‘surprise’ – was slammed as “disgusting” after a mum bought the toy for her four-year-old daughter, reports The Mirror.

The doll was bought from B&M Bargains in Kirkcaldy, Scotland, for £23 but after after unwrapping the gift, her daughter discovered the doll was dressed in lace underwear and fishnets.

After a complaint, B&M made the decision to remove the product from sale, and have also apologised to the customer.

The mum, who does not wish to be named, told The Scottish Sun : “It’s a surprise doll so you can’t see what it is when you purchase. There’s a selection and it’s just random the type of doll you get you get.

“They’re dressed differently, they’ve got different styles, if you like.

“But they come with clothes and underneath the clothes they’re wearing what I would say is inappropriate – a lace bra, fishnet tights, ready for a Saturday night.

“I was pretty disgusted. My daughter was more interested in the fact that it was Dalmations because my brother used to have a dalmatian. She was pretty oblivious to the under clothes.

“There’s a dress as well and a little jacket so she was just excited to put that on. But it’s just not something that you would take out in public anyway.

After complaining to the firm, she was offered an apology and a voucher as a gesture of goodwill.

She added: “I contacted B&M and I contacted what I thought was the manufacturer and both got back and said they were going to be looking into it.

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