Boy Scout neckerchief recalled due to lead

Part of the uniform worn by Boy Scouts is being recalled for having too much lead. 

The government says dangerous lead levels were found in colored enamel used on some of the uniform's brass neckerchief slides.

They were sold at stores and online between February and August this year.

No injuries have been reported-- but lead is toxic if ingested.

Parents should take them away from kids right away -- and return them for a replacement.