Little Girl Wanted Pet Monkeys, Got Sprung InsteadS

Kara Petrich, a mother in Washington State, thought she was buying DS game Petz: Monkeyz House. The box said Petz: Monkeyz House. The cartridge did, too. The game itself was another type of monkey business altogether.

"You wanna rock my mountains, don't you?" says a character on the game, Kara tells Seattle's KOMO News. "(I was like) 'You wanna what?'"

Little Girl Wanted Pet Monkeys, Got Sprung InsteadS

After purchasing the title, Kara's daughter was complaining that the game didn't work. While the game might have been labeled E-rated Petz, the software itself was Teen dating simulator Sprung.

The game is rife with adult innuendo about sex, and Kara's daughter is only 9 years-old. "It does make me angry," Kara said. "When I'm ready to tell her (about the birds and the bees), I'll talk to her about it."

Little Girl Wanted Pet Monkeys, Got Sprung InsteadS

Mislabeled risqué video game gives 9-year-old an eyeful [KOMO Thanks, Trevor!]