Chuck E. Cheese's is recalling its light-up rings. The company says the batteries could possibly be ingested.
There have been two reported incidents involving the light-up rings. One involved a child swallowing a battery, the other involved a child inserting a battery into his nostril.
Customers can return the rings for a full refund or in exchange for Chuck E. Cheese tokens.
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