There is a bizarre warning on Amazon. It states that this outfit is a choking hazard, and therefore should not be bought for children under three years of age.
Considering that it's a wolfman costume designed for babies and toddlers, you have to wonder why it's been listed at all! But I've done a little digging and I think I've found the root of the problem - miscommunication.
This infant wolfman outfit comes in three parts. There's the furry booties, the jumpsuit and the hood. A careful examination can't deduce what the small items could possibly be, that may leave your baby at risk of choking.
But looking through the comments on Amazon, there is a common thread. The sizing is wrong. These costumes come very small, as in the newborn outfit would fit a doll; the 6-12 months one would be better on the newborn etc.
With no evidence at all to back up my theory, I believe that some Amazon algorithm read the 'it's too small' notices. Then labelled it as a choking hazard. Please someone correct me if I'm wrong.
The Baby Wolfman Costume is 100% polyester, with plush shoes, sleeve cuffs and hat. The jumpsuit part fastens with a zipper up the front.
It's being sold by Sears and other stories with no issues whatever (except for currently being out of stock!).