Toddler leggings on Amazon angers parents

Angry parents and anti-drug campaigners have hit out at Amazon in the US over a listing selling leggings aimed at two to six year olds, printed with what looks like marijuana patterns. Although the seller describes the leggings as a ‘digital leaf pattern’, not many people are buying the naive explanation.

It was a grandmother from Florida who first raised the concerns over the controversial clothing, telling a local news program: “I just think that’s very inappropriate for a three-year-old, not something they should be advertising.”

While the original advertisement has since been removed by the site, there are still identical pants available by other sellers on the site.