Peter Andre joked that he’s got “small parts” after he found a doll of himself that was released years ago.
The Mysterious Girl singer, 47, took to Instagram to share snaps of the action figure doll that was made in the 90s at the peak of his music career.
Taking to his Instagram Story, father-of-four Peter showed off the limited edition doll that showed him shirtless and wearing black trousers.
The doll also sported his signature gelled hair – a look that was identical to the one in his Mysterious Girl music video.
And as a special treat for the lucky buyer at the time, the doll also came with an exclusive Peter Andre keyring.
Sharing the snaps with his fans, he wrote: “Memories…” alongside a laughing emoji.
He then continued to show fans the box the doll comes in, writing: “Cringe alert”.
But the next part is when Peter couldn’t contain his laughter, as the small print on the back reads: “Not suitable for children under 36 months due to small parts.”
He wrote: “Best line ever….”
Peter first established himself on the Australian music scene back in the early 1990s.
It wasn’t until his second studio album in 1996 when he really put his name on the map.
Peaking at number one in the UK, Mysterious Girl became an instant hit – and saw Peter return to the UK soon after.
It’s not the first time Peter has laughed at that exact small print.
Back in June on Vicky Pattison’s podcast The Secret To, she revealed that her sister had one of the dolls.
Peter said: “Do you know what’s really funny about that? If you look at the back of the box, it says it’s not suitable for kids under 36 months due to small parts.
“That hurts my feelings. That is absolutely true that hurts my feelings.”
He added: “I’ve never lived it down.”
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