Doll that sounds like it’s making ‘sex noises’ stuns mum

Doll that sounds like it’s making ‘sex noises’ stuns mum
The concerned mother recorded to strange sounds as proof but opinions are still divided.

Gail Turley bought the Cry Baby doll for her two-year-old daughter but was surprised when she went to check if it worked

A mum who bought her toddler the only thing she wanted for Christmas is furious – after she found out the doll she bought makes noises that sound ‘sexual’.

Gail Turley, 33, bought the Cry Baby doll for her two-year-old daughter, Kayla.

But after trying it out to see if it worked, she’s not so sure about giving it to her daughter anymore – because of the ‘erotic’ noises it makes.
Two-year-old Kayla saw the doll on television and now it’s the only thing she wants for Christmas

The mum-of-six from Aberdare said: “My daughter is two and it’s the only thing she’s asked for.

“She saw it on the telly and has been shouting ‘Cry Baby! Cry Baby!’ ever since.

“So I bought one on eBay and got it delivered.
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“I put it on my shelf ready to wrap but I thought I’d give it a try to see if it needed batteries.

“I was shocked! I thought ‘Oh my God, I can’t give this to Kayla now’.

Cry Baby Lea, with red hair, is one of three different babies in the range of hot toys for kids this year.

Her ‘siblings’, Coney, with pink hair, and La La, with purple hair, cry ‘real’ tears and come with tissues to mop up the mess.

The toys also make ‘realistic baby noises’ according to manufacturer, Baby Wow.

Gail isn’t the only one to fall foul of the baby doll and its inappropriate wailing.

She claims her friends have bought the same gift for their kids – and the same thing has happened.

She said: “They all sound the same apparently. My friend just bought one and her husband had to take it back.”

And parents have taken to online sites like Amazon to post about similar issues with their dolls.

One user commented: “It sounds like a dodgy porn star. My daughter likes her but my hubby and I are rather freaked out!”

Another said: “If a baby sounds like this doll does I’d be very worried!”

Gail says the dolls being advertised sound nothing like the one she has.

She said: “I listened to the advert on telly and it had a baby crying so I assumed this baby would be the same.

“But it sounds erotic – that’s the only way I can describe it.

“When you see something advertised you expect it to be like that, especially with kids!”

We have not been able to reach the manufacturer.

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