A schoolgirl outfit for preschoolers in the US has been taken off the shelves after complaints by parents.
The Girl Scouts of the USA told the ABC that it had received a complaint from a parent in Minnesota who was upset that the dress featured on the back of the schoolgirl backpack was too provocative.
The schoolgirl gear is made by the company HVac.
It was only recently that the outfit was added to the school uniform inventory.
In a statement to the ABC, the Girl Scouts said it was “looking into the matter”.
The outfit is sold online and at a store in New York.
Topics:school-and-learning,children,education,federal-government,education-facilities,hivac-infectious-diseases,health,hustle-and/or-dignity,united-statesFirst posted September 06, 2018 11:40:48Contact Sophie Cuthbert