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Home Depot pulls super creepy voyeuristic Halloween decoration

You know a Halloween decoration goes too far when it's likely to get the cops called on it. Home Depot says it will remove a Halloween window decoration from its shelves following complaints that the product makes light of voyeurism. SEE ALSO: People are not happy about this Disney's 'Moana' Halloween costume The decoration is the fake head of a smiling hooded man, with hands cupped around the face and comes equipped with a suction cup so that it's easily fused to windows.
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