Not child’s play: Hasbro changes item in Play-Doh set after parents complain

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Hasbro is taking action after receiving complaints about an item in its Play-Doh Cake Mountain play-set.

Some parents commented on the company’s Facebook page that the ‘extruder tool,’ which is used to decorate the cake, looks like a man’s private parts.

While some parents questioned it, others say it ruined their Christmas.

On Tuesday, Play-Doh posted on its Facebook page that it’s in the process of updating the item with a different one. Anyone who wants a replacement is asked to contact Hasbro’s Customer Service Department at 800-327-8264.

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