VIDEO: Decorative Easter Eggs pulled from shelves over choking fears

Poundland has pulled decorative plastic Easter Eggs from shelves, because they look like Mini Eggs.

The plastic eggs have been pulled from all stores nationwide, because Trading Standards fear children may end up choking on them after mistaking them for the tasty chocolate treat.

The decorative plastic eggs have been pulled from shelves

The decorative plastic eggs have been pulled from shelves

The packs of decorative foam eggs, imported from China, were banned after Buckinghamshire and Surrey Trading Standards raised concerns that children could choke on them.

Poundland agreed to take down packs of ‘decorative eggs’ after being advised by trading standards officers that they were likely to contravene food imitation safety rules.