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Yandy, a Halloween costume company, has done it! But even the company admits its Pizza Rat get-up features "an attached mouse tail (and) adorable mouse ears." Pizza Mouse anyone?Yandy

Yandy, a Halloween costume company, has done it! But even the company admits its Pizza Rat get-up features “an attached mouse tail (and) adorable mouse ears.” Pizza Mouse anyone?

Yandy sells sexy costumes, including sexy Donald Trump and sexy police officerYandy

Yandy sells sexy costumes, including sexy Donald Trump and sexy police officer

Yandy sells sexy costumes, including sexy Donald Trump and sexy police officerYandy

Yandy sells sexy costumes, including sexy Donald Trump and sexy police officer

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In Murray Hill, Halloween costumes are risqué business.
For the second year in a row, residents of the 10016 zip code — popular with frat boys and sorority sisters — were the most likely to order up a sexy trick-or-treat costume from lingerie seller Yandy.com.
Hell’s Kitchen and the East 50s were next most likely.
“Murray Hill is for young professionals moving to Manhattan, (so) it is no surprise that sexy costume orders continue to be off the charts,” said Chad Horstman, the founder of Yandy, which sells sexy cop, firefighter, angel, mermaid and princess costumes, but also a randy Donald Trump outfit.
The company also added a slinky Pizza Rat costume this season, a nod to the social media star. The sassy outfit ($ 89.95) is a body-hugging gray minidress with a white front panel, a tail, a hood with ears and, of course,two slices of pepperoni pizza to complete the look.

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