Top 5 Most Outrageous Toys for Kids. These outrageous toys were actually made for children. These toys are terribly misfit for children and the one is even more embarrassing than the next.
5. Dora The Explorer Aquapet
This "virtual pet" would be a decent enough toy if it didn't look like a male appendage or an adult toy. The skin coloured base doesn't help it either. Surely the person who designed the toy must have realized this was not the best shape for it, or perhaps he or she just didn't care. The giant D in the middle of the toy might not stand for Dora after all…
4. World Trade Center Airplane Toy
In 2004, a company called Lisy Corp. purchased a large quantity of small toys to insert into bags of candy as a toy surprise. The toys clearly depicted a plane between two skyscrapers. These toys were no coincidence, either, as they were clearly labeled with the product number 9011. The insensitive and offensive toys were inserted into 14,000 bags of candy without anyone taking a close look at them. When customers complained the candy and toys were taken off the shelves.
3. Lego Concentration Camp
This piece was never released to the public and never for sale in toy stores. Instead, it's a work of "art" by Polish artist Zbigniew Libera. In 1996, Liberia was given the Lego bricks used in this model for free from the Lego Corporation itself and the company's logo is plastered on the boxes of the shocking Lego set; the company later said it did not know Libera would use the bricks for this purpose…
2. Tarzan Toy
Often referred to as the self-pleasuring Tarzan toy, this Disney action figure was supposed to have a karate chop action, but it really looks like Tarzan is doin… something else. Even worse is the yell Tarzan makes when he moves his arm up and down. This is easily one of the biggest 'fails' in toy history.
1. Pole dancing Doll
Pole Dancing Barbie never quite made it off the cutting room table. The above Pole Dancer somehow did. In 2009, a USB controlled pole dancing doll was released in the United Kingdom and was soon pulled from shelves of retailer, upmarket high street store Marks and Spencer… What is going on in peoples minds sometimes?!