Walmart and Amazon Pull ‘Tranny Granny’ Halloween Costume From Their Sites

October 7, 2016, 2:21 AM UTC
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Retail giants Walmart, Amazon, and Target are under fire for reportedly selling a cross-dressing grandma costume for men.

According to Yahoo News, the “Tranny Granny” outfit was pulled from each of the retailers’ websites. But not before it sparked ridicule and outrage online.

On both Walmart and Amazon, the costume was reportedly listed by a third-party vendor named Rasta Imposta. That retailer is still marketing the product as a “Manny Granny” outfit, the report notes. It’s also described as a dress for a babushka, which is a Russian term for an elderly woman or grandmother.

Yahoo Style reported on the product listing before the recall:

“All the guys will be dressing up as superheroes and princes, but you will stand out among the rest in this hilarious Granny Men’s Costume!” the costume description read.

Included in the costume is a white tank dress covered in colorful flowers with a pink collar. It also has a “curvaceous butt and boob pads to complete the look.” Additionally, this particular granny “wouldn’t go anywhere without her pink babushka with flower design headband to keep her hair perfectly in place.” To top it all off, “slap on some makeup and get ready for your granny walk and you will have the room roaring with laughter!”

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“This was a third party Marketplace item,” Ravi Jariwala, a media relations representative from Walmart, told the publication LGBTQNation. “While it’s listed on other sites, it clearly violates our policy and was quickly removed once we were notified. We’re appalled this seller put it on our site to begin with.”

Fortune has reached out to each of the companies for comment, and will update the story should they respond.

Update, Oct. 6, 10:21 pm ET: Target has responded to Fortune, saying the costume “was called ‘Women’s Granny Costume’ in our women’s online costume assortment.”

“It recently came to our attention that other websites were selling the costume under a different description,” Molly Snyder, Target’s director of communications, told Fortune in an email. “While Target had not received any complaints, out of respect for public concerns people have raised, we made the decision to remove this item from our assortment.”

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