You have to click on the link to see the toys:
This has to be a hoax. Ok, here’s the story:
“ORLANDO, Fla. — A bag of candy shocked a local grandmother and will most likely shock you. The toy inside looks like a plane flying right into the Twin Towers…Until Thursday afternoon, the little toys were on sale to kids around Central Florida — two towers with a jetliner in between that appears to be crashing into one of the buildings. They come in packages along with candy.”
“Moises Soto is just 11 years old, but he doesn’t need school to know right from wrong and good toys from bad. “It looked like a plane crashing into the Twin Towers,” he says… The company that sold them, but now has recalled them, is called Lisy Corporation, a Miami-based spice, snack and candy company.
“We gave our people, immediately, the authority to get it from the stores and to send it back,” comments Luis Padron, Lisy Corportation. Upon realizing the nature of the toy, and the product number 9-0-1-1 on each toy, Lisy Corp. sent a letter to stores saying the toy “resembles the Twin Towers and an airplane. [It is] “totally inappropriate.”
Lisy says they were sold the toys by L&M Import and Export. The product was coded as a plastic swing play set and sent in two versions, one with a man swinging between the towers. The product was packed in bulk, with the airplane version out of sight.
“So when they packaged it, that box has many toys inside and they never realized it, ’cause they called it a swing set,” says Padron. Lisy Corp. says they are angry and blame L&M. They believe the product was manufactured in China.
For the second day in a row, the importer of the toy, L&M Import and Export refused to comment. But, they told Channel 9 they didn’t think it was a big deal, saying they consider it just a toy for children and don’t think it’s inappropriate.”
It gets worse…
“MIAMI — In Miami, a wholesaler has announced that his company will recall 14,000 bags of candy. The bags contain a toy that looks like a plane flying into a building and, we found, a second toy that looks like Osama Bin Laden suspended between the two buildings.
“Importers did not realize what they were buying. They were buying assortments of toys and they get to people like us trying to sell authentic Mexican candies. Nobody caught it and it went out into the stores,” explains Lisy Corporation manager Luis Pardon. The manager of Lisy Corporation says the candy was originally purchased sight unseen, but now he’ll send back all he’s collected.”
This has to be a hoax.