Spanish fashion retailer Zara is getting a whole lot of unwanted attention due to one of its baby shirts.
The company has pulled a toddler's shirt after complaints that it resembles a uniform worn by Holocaust prisoners.
The shirt is striped and has a gold star on it. Zara has apologized and says it was “inspired by the sheriff's stars from the Classic Western films.”
Back in 2007, Zara sold a handbag with a swastika on it, claiming they were focused on the Native-American, Buddhism and Hinduism origin of the symbol and not the Nazi Party’s usage.