Chuck E. Cheese Recalls 1.2 Million Toys

The mouse giveth and the mouse taketh away

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    Consumer Product Safety Commission
    Chuck E. Cheese's star glasses can be returned for a $4.99 refund or a flashing-hands prize product.

    Popular kiddie-resto Chuck E. Cheese has recalled more than 1.2 million light-up rings and toy eyeglasses.

    Made in China and imported by Irving, Texas,-based CEC Entertainment Inc., the toys present a major problem when taken apart or broken.

    If the toys are broken a small battery is exposed that any hungry tot may easily mistake for a snack.

    The 1.1 million light-up rings were part of a promotional offering between April 2009 and June of this year or were offered during parent-teacher association conventions. They are made of plastic with a black elastic band.

    They come in blue, green, purple, yellow and pink.

    Star glasses, distributed as part of a birthday package, are made of red translucent plastic and have the words Chuck E. Cheese's on the side.

    The company is offering a $1 refund for the rings, along with four Chuck E. Cheese's tokens, or a soccer promo cup, along with four tokens.

    The glasses can be returned in exchange for a $4.99 refund or a flashing-hands prize product.

    The company is offering a $1 refund for the rings, along with four Chuck E. Cheese's tokens, or a soccer promo cup, along with four tokens.

    The glasses can be returned in exchange for a $4.99 refund or a flashing-hands prize product.