Mum Says Netflix Kids’ TV Show Features A Hidden Rude Drawing… So Can YOU Spot It?

A FURIOUS mum has warned other parents to check what their kids are watching on TV after claiming to find a rude drawing in a cartoon.

Chey Robinson took to Facebook where she shared a clip of the Netflix show Maya the Bee, which she says features a phallic image.

 Mum Chey Robinson says she has spotted a very rude drawing in an episode of Netflix cartoon Maya The Bee
Mum Chey Robinson says she has spotted a very rude drawing in an episode of Netflix cartoon Maya The Bee

The scene in question comes from the 35th episode in the first series of the TV programme and shows the lead character hiding under a log trying to escape from bad guys.

But the background appears to show a certain part of the male anatomy, which she says is inappropriate for children.

After taking a screenshot of the clip, she wrote on Facebook: “Smh. Please be mindful of what your kids are watching!!

“I did NOT edit any images whatsoever, this is Maya & The Bee, Season 1, Episode 35.”

Since posting the warning last week, it has been shared more almost 13,000 times and has over 3,000 comments.

 The circle shows the rude drawing that Chey claims she saw in the background of the cartoon
The circle shows the rude drawing that Chey claims she saw in the background of the cartoon

And many parents were shocked by Chey’s discovery and said it was disgusting.

One mum wrote: “Ridiculous. Regardless of whether the child will focus on that and see it, they slip things like this in there. Disgusting. Not more of this show for us.

While another said: “People are so damn perverse and trying to corrupt innocent children. Makes me sick!!”

However, some parents brushed off the clip, saying it was hardly noticeable.

One said: “Are you being serious? my kids would not look that closely at a tree trunk. Plus, they wouldn’t even know what that was.”

 Chey later posted a warning on Facebook telling other parents about the hidden drawing
Chey later posted a warning on Facebook telling other parents about the hidden drawing

The studio behind Maya The Bee are yet to comment on the clip.

However, it is not the first time eyebrows have been raised by kids TV.