|Pieces of metal in Pampers diaper|
A woman in the United Kingdom, is angry after her baby suffered cuts from sharp pieces of metal that came inside Pampers, which were manufactured by Procter and Gamble.
29-year-old Michelle Yates of Liverpool, could not understand why 5-month-old Gabriella, kept on crying for days.
When she took off the baby’s diaper, she was shocked to see that her daughter had cuts on her behind. She rushed to the emergency room, where doctors initially thought the wounds were as a result of constipation.
Later, Yates found pieces of metal in the Pampers brand diaper manufactured by Procter and Gamble. She has written about her experience on Facebook. Yates contacted Pampers and Asda to complain.
Pampers asked Yates to send them the defective diapers so they can complete their investigation.
“We are appalled that Pampers baby-dry size 4 nappies bought from Asda, have turned out to have shards of razor sharp metal embedded in the inner core.
“Our baby has been crying and was in pain for days since we bought them, and she had cuts on her bottom. Medical staff originally thought she was constipated and cut from straining.
“We finally saw little shards of metal in a new nappy at change time. Trading Standards haven’t even bothered to return our call from yesterday, and no word back from Procter and Gamble or WalMart/Asda yet,” Yates wrote on Facebook.