A Halloween decoration called the "Scary Peeper Creeper" has been pulled from Home Depot Canada shelves after complaints from a customer.
And it legitimately looks both realistic and creepy AF.
The peeper is designed to look like a real man and is advertised that way on Home Depot's US website.
In a promotional video from the makers of the Peeper Creeper, a man is seen placing the decoration on a window. Later, once it's dark, a woman sees it and freaks out.
CBC brought Hunt-Well's concerns to Home Depot, who decided to pull the product from shelves.
The Scary Peeper Creeper was removed from stores and Home Depot's Canadian website, along with the "Scary Peeper Reaper."
Meanwhile, US customers can still purchase both items along with the "Tapping Creeper." That model has a finger that responds to movement by tapping on the window, for a more interactive fake peeper experience.
Lauren Strapagiel is a reporter for BuzzFeed News and is based in Toronto, Canada.
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