Pajamas Recall

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The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission announced a voluntary recall Thursday of about 41,300 pairs of the Okie Dokie Alligator Football Pajama Set.

The PJ's sold for about $22 in Penney stores nationwide from June through September.

Penney's reports selling about 13,100 pairs.

Officials say the heat-sealed patches on the front of the garment can detach, posing a possible choking hazard to young children.

There's been no report of a patch coming loose, and nobody has been hurt.

Consumers should immediately stop using the pajama sets and return them to the store where purchased for a refund.

  • The recalled pajama shirts are heather gray with red or blue sleeves with heat-sealed alligator and football patches on the front.

  • The collar tag reads "Okie Dokie."

  • The pajama pants are red or blue with cartoon pictures of alligators, footballs, and stars, and the word football.

  • They were sold in infant sizes 12 months to 24 months, and toddler sizes 2-T to 5-T.

  • This recall does not include the pajama sets with the alligator and football silk-screen images on the pajama shirts.

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