Before Orlando show, Marilyn Manson releases dildos with his face on it

Dick or treat, we guess.

click to enlarge Marilyn Manson, who plays Hard Rock Live in Orlando, Florida on October 31, 2018. - Chuff Media
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Marilyn Manson, who plays Hard Rock Live in Orlando, Florida on October 31, 2018.

Marilyn Manson has had a rough go on the road lately (he broke his leg in two places last year and then passed out at a show in August), but the shock-rocker is still in the trick or treat spirit as his Halloween date in Orlando approaches.

Or should we say "dick or treat" instead?

On Thursday, the 49-year-old announced that he's selling an officially-licensed, black, silicone dildo that is 8-inches tall with a girth of one-and-a-half inches. And yes, it's hypoallergenic, too.

The weiner has Manson's face on the tip, will cost fans $125 and also comes with its own double cross carrying sack.

"Please note that the paint on Marilyn Manson's face is environmentally safe," is how the description reads online. "May fade with multiple uses."

So very true. So very true. Get more info on the gig below.

Marilyn Manson, Wed. Oct. 31, 8 p.m. $108 & up. Hard Rock Live, 6050 Universal Blvd., Orlando. ticketmaster.com.


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