A Virginia mom ordered a toy sword for her son from Toys "R" Us and received a few extra items in the package. She ordered a single foam sword for her son's seventh birthday, and thought the box seemed a little heavy when she lifted it. That extra weight turned out to be over 800 rounds of ammunition. And just to confirm, she did not order any ammo for her son's birthday.
It feels like this shipping distribution center may need some warnings on their packages, similar to food packaging that warns when the contents were processed in a facility where there might be allergens. Something along the lines of "this foam toy is shipped at a facility where bullets, pepper spray, and throwing stars might be present." And if she received someone else's order by mistake, we'd love to hear from the nut that ordered a foam sword and ammo.