Parents refunded HK$33,000 for designer Teletubby after child accused of breaking it

South China Morning Post published this video item, entitled “Parents refunded HK$33,000 for designer Teletubby after child accused of breaking it” – below is their description.

A designer toy store in Hong Kong’s Mong Kok neighbourhood accused a child of breaking a 1.8-metre-tall (6ft) gold Teletubby sculpture. The child’s parents, who accepted responsibility for the breakage, immediately paid the toy store HK$33,000 (US$4,200). Later, a video clip of the incident went viral and sparked debate over who was responsible. In response, KK Plus issued a full refund and an apology.

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