Kinder Is At It Again! Mom Finds A Needle In Her Daughter’s Chocolate Egg

Kinder Surprises, the egg-shaped chocolate candies with toys inside, were deemed illegal in the U.S. long before they were even created because of the 1938 Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act outlawing toys kept inside confections.

While this was intended to prevent creating a choking hazard for young children, it’s proven to be quite fitting recently for more reasons than that. In February, a two-year-old little boy from England found six pills which turned out to be over-the-counter medication inside his chocolate egg. Just last week, a U.K. mom found a needle inside her two-year-old daughter’s treat.