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Fisher-Price debunks fake 'Happy Hour Playset' toy

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Published Dec 10, 2016, 2:57 pm IST
Updated Dec 10, 2016, 2:56 pm IST
An image of the fake toy set box shows three toddlers standing at a pretend bar, with one posing as a bartender.
The toymaker's account responded that the product wasn't 'endorsed, produced or approved by Fisher-Price.' (Photo: Facebook)
 The toymaker's account responded that the product wasn't 'endorsed, produced or approved by Fisher-Price.' (Photo: Facebook)

East Aurora N.Y.: Fisher-Price has taken to Twitter to debunk any notion it has a bar-themed playset for toddlers.

The image of a Fisher-Price "Happy Hour Playset" was created and shared on Instagram by meme maker Adam Padilla. It shows three toddlers standing at a pretend bar, with one posing as a bartender. Two of the kids are holding what looks like plastic beer bottles.

 

The picture prompted some Twitter complaints to Fisher-Price. The toymaker's account responded that the product wasn't "endorsed, produced or approved by Fisher-Price."

The image was posted just two days after Fisher-Price was the target of a spoof by "Saturday Night Live," which aired a fake ad for toys for sensitive boys, including a wishing well.

Fisher-Price says it appreciates "the suggestions as obvious love of the brand."

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