Busch Gardens removes severed heads from Halloween displays

Customers complained about the heads being insensitive after news of multiple beheadings by the terrorist group ISIL.

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As the terrorist group ISIL continues to make headlines (for all the wrong reasons) in the U.S. and abroad, companies are becoming sensitive to its effect on consumers’ sentiment. Images that have been disseminated of the organization beheading American citizens have infiltrated newscasts and web stories.

Case in point: Busch Gardens in Virginia has removed props of rubber severed heads from its Halloween display.

A statement from Busch Gardens reads:

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