Parents have been left outraged by the release of Denmark's latest children's TV show...
Because, according to most, it is "wildly" inappropriate for innocent eyes.Here's the full story...
What springs to mind when you think of children's TV?You will probably recall the classics, such as Rugrats, Arthur, Spongebob Squarepants, and Adventure Time.
And these shows all have one thing in common...They are universally deemed by parents to be "child friendly" - there's no violence, no graphic language, and no sexual connotations.
Which is everything you'd want from a children's tv show, isn't it?Well, television bosses over in Denmark are apparently a little more relaxed when it comes to these requirements because, as stated earlier, parents have been left livid following the release of their latest kids show.
The Danish Broadcasting Corporation has released its latest animated series...And, as a result, has ruffled plenty of parental feathers.
Many shocked parents have slammed the cartoon as "sick" and "inappropriate."
The new animated series, which is aimed at 4 to 8-year-olds, is based on John Dillermand...
A man with the world's longest p***s.
New Danish kids TV show 'John Dillermand' about a man with a massive, out of control penis. What a time to be aliv… https://t.co/w687yblyFm— Peter Aldiss, PhD (@Peter Aldiss, PhD)1609946563.0