Aquadots, The Infamous "GHB-Laced Toys," Are Back With A New Name, "Pixos"!

Aquadots, The Infamous "GHB-Laced Toys," Are Back With A New Name, "Pixos"!

Reader Maya noticed that those GHB-laced toys (distributed in North America by Spin Master) that were recalled last year are back, and they’ve got a brand new name. Pixos!

Toys R Us Advertising Date Rape Drug Laced Aquadots As A "Door Buster"

Toys R Us Advertising Date Rape Drug Laced Aquadots As A "Door Buster"

We’ve been getting several complaints today about Toys R Us’ “Door Buster” newspaper ad. They’re still advertising the GHB-laced Aquadots, despite the recall. (Right next to some ominous-looking Thomas & Friends toys, we might add.)

Recalled Toys Featured In Walmart's Holiday Catalog

Recalled Toys Featured In Walmart's Holiday Catalog

One of the unintended consequences of so many toy recalls is that holiday catalogs, printed far in advance, are now full of recalled toys.

9 Children Hospitalized After Eating GHB-Filled Aqua Dots

9 Children Hospitalized After Eating GHB-Filled Aqua Dots

The CPSC says 9 children have been hospitalized after eating Aqua Dots beads. The craft toy contains a glue that breaks down in party drug GHB when ingested. The toy was made by a Chinese factory, whose license was suspended following the recall. Reportedly, the toxic glue cost 1/3 less than the glue they were supposed to use.