Fair to say that the emote was quickly pulled from the in-game store, and players won't be able to get up to some Python-esque high jinks.
With the PC release of Destiny 2 on the horizon, the studio seems to be working hard on their efforts to fine-tune the game and fix any issues that keep popping up. They can also try out the Nightfall Strike's Prestige and normal modes on that day.
Raid Keys, for those that might not be familiar or are waiting for PC, drop at the end of each minor raid encounter (Pools, Gardens, Gauntlet) and offer access to a random chest within the Underbelly of the Leviathan. In order to be a guide, you'll need to meet the Power level requirements and turn in a Guided Games ticket. Because of another glitch, the Destiny 2 Trials of the Nine event will have to be postponed for a whole two weeks. The developer has since responded saying that they can't detect coil glitching, but they plan on releasing the top three finishers for the raid and "you can make your own decision as to who should be celebrated". Not to be confused with the challenge mode seen in Destiny 1 raids, these new challenges are optional. And, seeing how the world's first team to beat the Leviathan Raid on Prestige won by exploiting a glitch, the pressure is on for Bungie. Bungie said that the game won't offer any hints on how to complete the challenges, but an in-game message will pop up to let you know when you fail.
Heads up, Guardians: Destiny 2 will be down for yet more maintenance later today.