Laundry detergent pods have become a concern again with children and teens biting into the pacs as part of an alarming social media trend. Many online users refer to the pacs as “forbidden fruit,” and it seemed just a joke initially. Until video on the internet started showing people biting into the detergent pods.
Laundry detergent pods have become a concern again with children and teens biting into the pacs as part of an alarming social media trend. Many online users refer to the pacs as “forbidden fruit,” and it seemed just a joke initially. Until video on the internet started showing people biting into the detergent pods. Pat Sullivan AP
Laundry detergent pods have become a concern again with children and teens biting into the pacs as part of an alarming social media trend. Many online users refer to the pacs as “forbidden fruit,” and it seemed just a joke initially. Until video on the internet started showing people biting into the detergent pods. Pat Sullivan AP

Despite warnings about the dangers of eating laundry detergent pods, some aren’t listening

January 11, 2018 08:37 PM

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