Online sellers hawking offensive Halloween costumes
You can dress up as yourself being carried on the back of Queen Elizabeth II for $73.17.
By Lydia Patrick via SWNS
Online sellers are hawking outrageously offensive costumes ahead of Halloween - including outfits to dress up as Jeffrey Dahmer and Queen Elizabeth II.
Jeffrey Dahmer's iconic aviator glasses are up for sale on eBay for £15.59 ($17.55).
The Milwaukee cannibal's story is the subject of a recent Netflix series, putting the flesh-eating mankiller back under the public spotlight.
A Prince Andrew mask is on sale for less than £2 ($2.25) on onbuy.com.
An "80s TV presenter bad taste costume" which looks exactly like Jimmy Saville is up for sale on ilovefancydress.com for £27.99 ($31.51).
A mask using murderer Oscar Pistorius' face is available for just £2.49 ($2.80) on Amazon.
Smiffys is selling dictator- which looks like North Korean leader Kim Jong-Un with a 26 percent discount for £21.99 ($24.76) on Amazon - and president costumes - featuring Trump's signature hat for £28.49 ($32.08).
And you can dress up as yourself being carried on the back of Queen Elizabeth II for £64.99 ($73.17) from bargain fox.
A similar costume - featuring Vladimir Putin rather than the Queen - is available for £46.99 ($52.91) from joke.co.uk.
People are likely to be offended by anyone dressing as Ghislaine Maxwell - sex offender and former socialite partner of Jeffrey Epstein - with a £8.35 ($9.40) mask from eBay.
And for less than a tenner, people can dress up as misogynist Andrew Tate, from eBay.
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