That does look pretty crappy! But it looks like that's the way it's always been. I just tried out the toc macro on a Confluence 3.3 instance and it has the same behaviour :(
You can work around this problem by editing the macro properties and setting the style parameter to 'none' - this will hide the bullet points from the list.
I've created a new bug report to track a fix for this issue: please vote and/or watch the issue if you are interested in a fix for it: https://studio.plugins.atlassian.com/browse/TOC-136
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