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Canadian Home Depot removes "peeping tom" halloween prop

After a customer in Canada complained about the Tapping Creeper, Home Depot removed the Halloween prop from its shelves. From Fortune: Breanne Hunt-Wells, who is a mother of two, told CBC that she feels the decoration downplays voyeurism, which can often lead to sexual assault or rape. She also said that she ”failed to see the humor in it.” “It makes light of a very serious crime,” she said.
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