Breaking Bad crystal meth lab for kids Sells Out (PHOTO)
[caption id="attachment_69825" align="aligncenter" width="634"] 'Cook up' your own fun when waiting for the next episode of Breaking Bad, with this themed Lego-like play set. Picture: citizenbrick.com Source: Supplied
[/caption]Breaking Bad Meth Lab Playset Makes People Mad, Sold Out Anyway
As the popular AMC show 'Breaking Bad' is coming to its end a Lego-esque playset was created to celebrate the moral decay of Walter White. Lego refused to allow their label to be slapped on the meth superlab and it was manufactured by Citizen Brick instead, but looks just like a traditional Lego set.
The Superlab Playset comes with all of your favorite characters from the show including chicken and meth distributor Gus Fring and Mike the multi-purpose hitman. For $250 you also get a plethora of tiny drug paraphernalia, the infamous mobile RV meth lab and everything you need to construct the mighty superlab itself.
Online literature reads: “Bummed out that your favourite show is going off the air? Well soothe yourself with the Citizen Brick Superlab Playset.
“Who knows what fun you’ll cook up with this deluxe set, chock full of realistic details.”
This expensive bunch of tiny blocks has people in various states of outrage because they believe it is geared toward children. It actually appears to be geared toward fans of the show with surplus money to spend on toys. Regardless, it is sold out.
The Citizen Brick website told customers: "Soothe yourself with the Citizen Brick Superlab Playset", according to the Daily Mail.
"Who knows what fun you'll cook up with this deluxe set, chock full of realistic details, and three exclusive minifigs! Over 500 parts!"
Outraged commentators took to Twitter to speak out against the bizarre toy.
Jeff Myers tweeted: 'Made for children raised by parents who should know better.'
Jacques Gonzales added: 'Definitely not for kiddies!'
Are people overreactive or our children really spending their hard-earned allowance in an attempt to learn to make meth with blocks?
Outrage as toy company creates 'crystal meth lab' for children with Breaking Bad play sets