Is This Vibrating Broomstick Really Just A Harry Potter Sex Toy?

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Looks like the perverts at Mattel have been busy. Their latest creation is a vibrating Harry Potter broomstick that has teenage girls everywhere going wild. Is this broomstick just a broomstick, or is it really a secret Harry Potter sex toy?

Harry Potter Broomstick: Innocent Toy Or Secret Sex Toy?

Until recently, Amazon was selling the vibrating Harry Potter Nimbus 2000 broomstick for only $19.99. But the sex shops in New York City now sell it for double. After we sent Amazon an email asking for a comment, they temporarily stopped selling the item. If you go to Amazon’s page for the Nimbus now, you will see that not only did they delete all of the controversial reviews, but they no longer sell the product. Too bad, it would make a great Halloween costume.

Nimbus 2000 on Amazon.com

Is This Vibrating Broomstick Really Just A Harry Potter Sex Toy?

You still might be able to find the Nimbus on eBay or through a third-party seller, but regardless of where you buy this thing, make sure you pick up some extra batteries and keep your teenage daughters away from it. Who knew Harry was such a stud?

Review: Harry Potter Sex Toy – Nimbus 2000 Vibrating Broomstick

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Giacinta (Gia) Pace is a digital journalist who makes her home in New York City. She was born in Brooklyn, New York and was brought up on Long Island in a small town called Mastic. Giacinta is a graduate of Hofstra University where she received a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree, Cum Laude with High Honors. She currently works for NBC News where every day is a new and exciting adventure. Giacinta has been published in several magazines and websites including Bibi Magazine & bibimagazine.com, Tonic.com, TheGrio.com, NBCUatCES.com, MethodShop.com, Q, Filmfare, Back Stage and The History Channel Magazine. Giacinta has written numerous pieces for MSNBC.com's charity section, "Giving," and produces the weekly web page "Cause Celeb" on NBCNews.com's Newsvine. In addition, she occasionally contributes video spots to NBC Mobile's News 2 GO as well as photos from red carpet and other events to NBCU Photo Bank. Giacinta also regularly posts photo essays to The Today Show's allDAY Blog.