Can you see what’s wrong with this rude Wiggles toy?

Allison Yee

For those of us who have a Wiggles-lover on our Christmas lists to buy for, here’s a toy you might want to steer clear of.

In a snap that’s gone hilariously viral, toy manufacturers had a slight fail when they designed Blue Wiggle Anthony’s latest doll.

Showing the Blue Wiggle holding his drum sticks, one less-than-mature shopper decided to reposition the doll's hands to a very compromising position.

The internet has lost it over this snap of the Blue Wiggle toy. Photo: Instagram/browncardigan

“Give it a wiggle,” user browncardigan captioned a snap which showed the doll holding his drum stick in an unfortunate pose.

Cue the internet having an absolute field day with the hysterical photo.

“Haha I was like "oh that's cute, finn would love th.... wtf" wrote one commenter.

“I think the 18m+ is how many meters it’s recommended you stand away from him,” joked another.

It's not the first time a children's toy has caused controversy.

In October, a mum has been left stunned after she bought a talking doll for her two-year-old, which appears to say ‘you b***h’.

Rachel Horton, 28, bought the My Little BABY Born Walks doll from Argos for her daughter Aria’s birthday.

The doll was supposed to say 'mama' and 'papa'. Photo: SWNS

It was described online as a walking doll that can say 'Mama' and 'Papa' when voice activated.

But when little Aria opened her present, that’s definitely not what the little dolly said.

“When we took the doll out of the box and started playing with it, I couldn't believe what we heard,” Rachel told the Daily Mail.

“I'm shocked, especially as it's very clear what the doll is saying.”

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