Parents are outraged over the latest McDonald's Happy Meal toy

People Report Receiving Profanity-Spouting Minions In McDonald's Happy Meal

The new Minions-themed Happy Meal toys at McDonald's have a dirty mouth.

Parents across the country were appalled when they heard the electronic voice that is activated by tapping these toys shouting what they claim to be swear words.

According to Fox 28, McDonald's claimed that the toys don't actually curse, since they speak "Minionese," a completely made up language that puts together random words and phrases. Any similarity might be an unfortunate coincidence.

Fox 28 took a Minion to the streets and asked people what they think it's saying.

Here are some reactions:

"I heard a bop, bop, bop," said Doug Hermanson. "That's all I heard, which seems completely innocent."

"I definitely heard it," said Allison Hayes. "I think it was more in my head really."

"It's a minion," said Nick Murnan. "That's probably the sound they would make."

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