A New Jersey woman says in a lawsuit that she suffered chemical burns from the rupture of a Tide Pods detergent capsule that she stashed in her bra to keep it away from her kids.

The brightly colored Tide Pods are said to resemble candy, and since their introduction in 2012, some children and adults have been hospitalized after ingesting them. Recently a bizarre internet meme has surfaced showing teenagers eating the laundry product in videos posted online.

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