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Pictured: A syringe-shaped pen.<br />
Re: Syringe-shaped pens have been deemed "inappropriate" after a primary school child was found using one.<br />
Professional services giant Capita's promotional pens were in the shape of a syringe but the company says it will no longer use them following complaints from worried parents.<br />
A child at Dunvant Primary School in Swansea was found with one of the pens, which promotes Capita's Personal Independence Payment (PIP) benefits assessment service.<br />
But school leaders have deemed the pens 'inappropriate'.<br />
A local man, who asked to remain anonymous, said he found the design of the pens "appalling" and that it could lead to a child mistaking the pen for a real syringe.
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Pictured: A syringe-shaped pen.
Re: Syringe-shaped pens have been deemed "inappropriate" after a primary school child was found using one.
Professional services giant Capita's promotional pens were in the shape of a syringe but the company says it will no longer use them following complaints from worried parents.
A child at Dunvant Primary School in Swansea was found with one of the pens, which promotes Capita's Personal Independence Payment (PIP) benefits...
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