A pair of children’s leggings sold at Kmart earlier this year have been recalled due to choking fears.
The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission issued the recall notice on Sunday for a pair of Kmart leggings.
The two-pack of the baby girl’s organic leggings with a roll waist was sold in Kmart stores across Australia this year from February 4 until July 3.
The leggings features decorative buttons which could potentially be detached from the garment if pulled, meaning they pose as a potential choking and suffocation hazard for young children if ingested.
“Customers should cease using their product immediately and return the product to any Kmart store for a full refund,” the ACCC said in a recall notice.
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