I may be a little more pro-free-market than 99.9% of the pro-free-market people ‘out there’. I do not recognize the authority of governments to forbid the free exchange of goods and services – regardless of the goods and services being exchanged. If both parties agree without coersion, then the government has no right interfering.
On a good day, perhaps, I could be talked into agreeing that, perhaps, a government has a role in consumer protection – but only in as much as they make it possible to prosecute false advertizing/insufficient warning.
However, you don’t need to be as pro-freedom as I in order to find the ‘Bucky Balls’ situation appalling: