Two of the hottest Halloween costumes in Mexico this year are the country's most wanted man - and arguably its most hated.
Striped prison jumpers and detailed latex masks representing the mustachioed, twice-escaped drug kingpin Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman are selling like hotcakes ahead of the late October holiday, Diego Esponda, CEO of costume maker Caretas REV, said Thursday.
Caretas, which operates a small factory in the city of Cuernavaca, has produced more than 2,600 "El Chapo" masks this month, with many of them being exported to the United States and Canada.
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