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Mum horrified at sinister handwritten note her son found inside a Kmart toy

Mom is shocked by a sinister handwritten note her son found in a Kmart toy he was playing with: ‘I feel sick’

  • Kmart mom shocked by handwritten note her son found in a toy
  • The note, which was torn from a notepad, read: ‘You will die in 10 days’
  • The note is being examined by a Kmart representative at the store

A Kmart shopper is stunned by a chilling note that her young son found wedged in a children’s toy when they visited a store in Sydney.

The woman, who posted about the haunting incident on Facebook, told followers in the group that she had been to a Kmart store in Penrith.

She claims her son found the hastily scribbled note in a toy he was playing with.

The note simply said, “You’re going to die in 10 days.”

‘Went to Kmart Australia Penrith today and found this note in one of… [my son’s] toys,” she wrote.

The woman, who posted about the haunting incident on Facebook, told followers in the group that she had been to a Kmart store in Penrith

The woman, who posted about the haunting incident on Facebook, told followers in the group that she had been to a Kmart store in Penrith

‘Absolutely disgusting’ [that] people do this, especially in children’s toys.

“Luckily my son couldn’t read it. I feel sick that people think it’s okay.”

The mother was concerned that more disturbing notes might have been left in other toys.

‘I’m just worried about other kids seeing this’ [and] can probably read,” she added.

Other parents were not happy with the find and hoped that their children would never come into contact with the bizarre notes.

The mother was concerned that more disturbing notes might have been left in other toys

The mother was concerned that more disturbing notes might have been left in other toys

“That’s disgusting, what planet do we live on?” said one person.

“That’s so wrong,” said another.

A third added, “WTF, that’s shocking. What sick bastard does that?’

“Customer service is important to us, as are our customers, so we are very sorry to hear about your recent experience at our Penrith store,” a Kmart representative wrote under the post.

Daily Mail Australia has also reached out to Kmart for further comment.

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