Mattel Goes Nuclear: Toy Company Releases Dangerous DIY Power Plant Kit!

Detroit, MI — In a shocking move, Mattel, the beloved toy company known for creating family-friendly products, has caused outrage among parents and anti-nuclear activists with their latest release: the “DIY Nuclear Power Kit.”

According to sources, the kit allows families to build their own miniature nuclear power plant in the comfort of their own homes, complete with instructions and a small amount of radioactive material to fuel the reactor.

But critics are calling the toy “dangerous” and “irresponsible,” with the anti-nuclear organization “No Nukes” leading protests outside of Mattel headquarters. “Allowing families to build nuclear reactors in their homes is a recipe for disaster,” warns a representative from the organization. “We demand that Mattel recall this product immediately.”

However, Bethany Milbright, the communications director for Mattel, defended the company’s decision to market the toy. “We understand that nuclear power can be a controversial topic, but we believe that this toy will educate and empower families to understand the technology of the future,” she said.

“This toy provides a unique solution for families to have an additional power source in their homes, and it’s an alternative solution to things like Tesla’s Powerwall. It’s a way for families to become more energy independent, reducing their dependence on fossil fuels and the grid.” Milbright added.

She also highlighted the educational value of the toy. “Not only will children learn about how nuclear power works, but families will also benefit from having an additional power source in their homes.”

However, despite Milbright’s defense, parents are still not convinced. “I can’t believe a toy company would even consider releasing something like this,” said concerned mother, Dottie KlansSmith. “I’m not letting my kids near that thing.”

As the backlash against the toy grows, some call for a boycott of Mattel’s products. But the company shows no signs of recalling the controversial product, leaving many to wonder: what were they thinking?

Stay tuned for updates on this developing story as Mattel’s “DIY Nuclear Power Kit” continues to cause shockwaves in the toy industry.

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