‘Happy pills’ toy stirs controversy

A children’s toy imitating the appearance of medication is under review after being reported to the Victorian consumer affairs body.

As reported by The Age, the toy ‘Happy Pills’ was sold at Junior Republic, a café and children’s shop in Port Melbourne, Victoria.

The small glass jar of pseudo-pills resembles the appearance of Panadol or Nurofen, but when children remove a pill from the jar it contains an

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