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Discount stores recalls 'prank' knives after discovering they are real

A Japanese thrift store blunder is fixed before anyone is injured

The prank knives have a semi-circular incision and dull blades.

The prank knives have a semi-circular incision and dull blades.

A discount store in Japan has recalled thousands of “prank knives” after it discovered they were actually real. 

A mix-up saw real blades packaged instead of prank ones. Photo: YahooA mix-up saw real blades packaged instead of prank ones. Photo: Yahoo

Daiso’s prank knives, called Dokkiri Cutters, have dulled edges and an indentation to make them fit around a finger, tricking people into thinking the knife has sliced through.

But a packaging mix-up saw the discount chain package real utility knives with sharp blades, which the store also sells, in Dokkiri Cutters packaging.

Daiso issued a prompt recall across Japan before any injuries were reported.

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