The toy is based on the Al Pacino 1980 thriller.
Millennials probably have the biggest selection of LGBT themed stories in modern cinema. But go back about four decades and if there was a gay person in a movie they were either a tragic pawn or a serial killer.
Case in point was the groundbreaking movie "Cruising" starring Al Pacino who plays an undercover detective infiltrating the New York kink scene to catch a killer.
That scenario doesn't seem like a great idea for a kid's toy, but leave it to talented content creators to do it anyway.
Rob Zigmont posted a mockumercial that resembles a toy ad from the '80's in which two kids supervised by dad play a slot car game based on the rated R film.
The set includes a scale model of New York's underbelly, an oval electric racetrack, a suspicious van and a leather-clad action figure with "lock eyes" and a handkerchief decoder pamphlet.
Just as the kids are about to have their action figure approach the van for a rendezvous, the cops arrive on the scene. Or do they?
The video has gone viral with 847K views since Saturday.
You can watch the full video HERE.