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Wednesday, 24 April 2013

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Britney had no comment on the controversial nude Britney Spears Bobblehead Dolls.

CHICAGO - In what is being billed as one of the biggest retail mistakes in the history of the retailing business, millions of Britney Spears Bobblehead Dolls are being recalled.

Three of the nation's largest retail stores, the Dilly Dally Retail Stores, the Fiddle Faddle Department Stores, and the Lollygag Department Stores have apologized to their customers and have taken every Britney Spears Bobblehead Doll off the shelves.

Ludmilla Jo Collywobble, 47, a spokesperson for Fiddle Faddle stated that when the purchases were made they had no idea that the dolls would be nude.

Ms. Collywobble stressed the fact that the photo of the doll that she was sent via email was dressed in a white halter top, blue Daisy Duke Shorts, and white sandals.

But when store employees opened up the boxes they were shocked to see that the Britney Spears Bobblehead Dolls were all totally naked.

Representatives from all of America's retail stores have issued long-flowing apologies and one store, Dilly Dally has even said that it will pay for the therapy of anyone who feels that the matter has left them somewhat traumatized.

SIDENOTE: The Hasbroken Toy Company, which manufactured the nude bobblehead dolls, has said that every one of the illegal dolls will be crushed and then burned.

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