Mom Spots a Rogue Penis on Her Kid's Netflix Cartoon -- Uh Oh!

Maya the Bee/YouTube

One of the best thing about having Netflix (besides binge watching Stranger Things) is its great kids' content. It's awesome knowing you can set the account to "Kids," hand the tablet to your little, and go knock some things off your own to-do list. Or can we? One eagle-eyed mom recently spotted something in a Netflix cartoon that's totally not safe for kids.


According to the Mirror, in a now-removed Facebook post, mom Chey Robinson pointed out that lurking in the background of episode 35 of Netflix's Maya the Bee cartoon was an image that definitely wasn't rated G.

inappropriate drawing in cartoon

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Maybe it's all a misunderstanding, but it looks like this tree is packing some extra wood.

Can you see it? Robinson pointed out what certainly looks like a penis in the base of the tree. Many agreed with her. The post was shared over 13,000 times before it was taken down.

For those of you who are racing to your Netflix accounts to watch the cartoon and spot the wiener yourself, sadly, you're out of luck. While Netflix has yet to issue a statement about whether or not the drawing was intentional, it has pulled episode 35 from its streaming service. 

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Accidental or intentional, adult content slipping into kids' cartoons is nothing new (remember the supposed penis on the cover of The Little Mermaid?). This latest incident reminds us that apparently some people never outgrow thinking penises are hilarious, and that it's always a good idea to keep an eye on what our kids are watching. 

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