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Kmart will remove the kid’s bride costume,, after a serious setback: “Beyond ” inappropriate”

The petition, which was 124 signatures had been labeled the costumes “offensive,” and asked supporters to remember Kmart had a “social responsibility” to keep up.
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Kmart Australia has been drawn up for the children of the bride’s costume off the shelves after a Melbourne mum has launched a petition calling on the costume, “then it is inappropriate.”

SEXY MISTER ROGERS’ HALLOWEEN COSTUME IS NOT WORTH THE TROUBLE, MISTER ROGERS’ SON,

$6 suit, that is a white wedding dress and a headband with a veil is for children between the ages of 4 and 6 was stripped of its sale, on Tuesday afternoon, just two days after the Bar B has launched a petition on the Change.org.

“Kmart Australia deplores the decision is within the scope of the bride’s costume,” a Kmart spokesperson told 7 News.

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“It wasn’t meant to cause offence and we sincerely apologize. We will have a decision to withdraw the product.”

The petition, which was 124 signatures had been labeled the costumes “offensive,” and asked supporters to remember Kmart had a “social responsibility” to keep up.

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“Every year, 12 million of whom are children (girls as young as 6 years of age — the same size as this ‘suit’) may be sold or married off by their families without their consent. That’s one million child marriages per month.” Shannon wrote.

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