A mother in Florida wants Toys R Us to pull some action figures from its stores and website.
The toys depict characters from the TV show "Breaking Bad."
"Breaking Bad" has won multiple Emmys for its story about a chemistry teacher who turns into a drug kingpin.
The toys of the main characters come with gas masks, a duffel bag of cash, and a toy bag of crystal meth.
Mother Susan Schrivjer says the show's adult themes and depiction of violence and drug abuse aren't suitable for children.
She has since put a petition up to remove the figures at Change.org, garnering more than 1,500 signatures.
In response, Toys R Us said, "The product packaging clearly notes that the items are intended for ages 15 and up."
Toys R Us added that the toys are located in the adult action figure section of their stores.