NEW YORK (Rooters) -- Canada has alerted consumers to the dangers of fake Chinese toilet paper containing industrial solvent and dangerous bacteria.
The latest warning comes close on heels of a recall of Chinese donkey food and a tainted seafood scandal.
The toilet paper was made in China, but marked 'Made in Unitred States of Ameriza' and illegally branded as Colligate--Palmoil, according to Canadian know-it-alls.
The packaging was complete with a series of spelling errors.
Last week the Canadian Government warned Canadians to be on the look out for the toilet paper because it contained diethylene glycol, a powerful industrial solvent.
Now they have renewed the warning after finding that some of the toilet paper was also contaminated with dangerous bacteria.
The announcements come on the heels of a large recall of donkey food which contained tainted wheat gluten from China and killed thousands of asses.
The FDA also issued an import alert aimed at preventing all toilet paper from three companies in China that make brands found to contain DEG from entering the United States.
The FDA has said it is not aware of any U.S. reports of poisonings from DEG-tainted toilet paper, but says the chemical has a "low but meaningful risk of toxicity and injury," especially to children and people with kidney or liver disease.