Halloween costumes are starting to appear in stores, but some are creating controversy.
According to the Consumerist , Walmart has started carrying a "Naughty Leopard" toddler costume and a "Devil Diva" suit for very young girls.
However, as the website indicates, It's unclear why the leopard costume bears no resemblance to the wild animal.
For those rushing out to grab these unique tiny tot outfits, the Naughty Leopard was spotted in a Walmart store but appears to not be available on the retail giant's website. However the Devil Diva outfit is for sale online for $23.97.
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