No but really. WTF? The company did end up pulling the shirt and apologized:
As Mediaite reported, Zara had a similar problem before:
In 2007 Zara removed a handbag from its stores after it discovered the embroidered pattern contained swastikas.
But, hey, they apologized! Except then this happened:
No words. Luckily, Twitter users had some choice ones.
What’s next for Zara?
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