Stuck in the pud! Next recalls Christmas pudding and unicorn onesies over fears children could get trapped inside them by dangling leaves or a fabric horn
- The items have been taken down from the website following the discovery
- The hood of the pudding onesie has small red berries and leaves dangling from it
- Next are offering to arrange a collection for the item to be returned or customers can get a refund in store
UK high street favourite Next has urged shoppers to return a children’s Christmas pudding onesie, as there is a risk children could become trapped by some of the decorative leaves.
The retail giant is also recalling a child’s unicorn onesie, that comes complete with fabric horn, in case children become stuck.
The product appears to have been taken down from the brand’s website but other similar products sell for between £16 and £28.
The Christmas pudding onesie (left) was recalled because of the leaves attached on the hood, while the unicorn onesie was also recalled (right)
In a photo of the onesie, the hood has some small red berries with what appears to be at least two leaves dangling from the end of it.
A spokesperson for the fashion chain said the urgent recall notice was being put out because the length of the pudding leaves attached to the hood could be dangerous.
Next are offering to arrange a collection for the item to be returned or the product can be refunded directly in store.
A spokesperson for Next said: ‘Unfortunately, it’s come to light that there’s a potential problem with the length of the pudding leaves on the hood which could be an entrapment issue if caught.
‘We’re very sorry for any disappointment and inconvenience this may cause.’
Earlier this year the retailer had also recalled a unicorn jacket due to potential choking/suffocation hazard.
The retailer had recalled two children’s onesies as the children may become trapped inside