Amazon came under fire for selling a kid's T-shirt with & # 39; Daddy & # 39; s Little Sl * t & # 39; on the front, and although the controversial top has been removed, the site still offers other clothing items for babies & toddlers with the disturbing expression.
The product, which was sold by external retailer Onlybabycare, has been available on the website since June 2019 and was on sale for $ 18 before it was removed, The independent reported first.
What do you say? Amazon has come under fire for selling children's clothing with the disturbing phrase & # 39; Daddy & # 39; s Little Sl * t & # 39;
Recoil: journalist Yashar Ali drew attention to the horrible garment by sharing a screenshot of the kids' shirt from external retailer Onlybabycare on Thursday
People Power: People smothered Amazon in the responses and sent in complaints until the product was removed from the site
Journalist Yashar Ali drew attention to the gruesome clothing item by sharing a screenshot of the Onlybabycare kids' shirt on twitter on Thursday.
& # 39; 1. Available for sale on @amazon: "Daddy's Little Sl * t" t-shirt … for children posting here hoping it will speed up removal at Amazon, "he wrote.
According to the product description, the top was & # 39; suitable & # 39; for various occasions, including baby showers, birthday parties, christenings, weddings and baby photography. & # 39;
People were understandably furious and quick to share their disgust with Amazon for offering such an item on its website.
Yikes: Other external retailers such as Fasenix and LINGMEI still sell similar items on Amazon
& # 39; What the hell is this? Take me from this planet. Willing to carpool & # 39 ;, tweet actress Isidora Goreshter.
CBS News correspondent Diane King Hall was one of the many people who demanded that the shirt be removed.
& # 39; You're kidding! @amazon now take this shirt down! & # 39; she wrote.
Another person grabbed: & # 39; Humanity was a mistake, example # 3,415,621. & # 39;
& # 39; Can we send CPS laps to check the parents they have purchased? & # 39; someone else asked.
& # 39; Amazon makes it very difficult to contact them, but I just wrote via chat. Said it sexualized children and promoted pedophilia, & a woman noted.
Many people responded with screenshots of the complaints they sent to Amazon, and the product was eventually removed.
Ali later shared a screenshot of the error page and wrote: & # 39; 2. It has broken off. & # 39;
The gain, however, was short-lived, as other Twitter users pointed out in the comments that the expression still appears on various children's clothing items from numerous external retailers on the site.
Shocking: TDEFV external retailer is selling a & # 39; Daddy & # 39; s Little Sl * t & # 39; unisex onesie for $ 18; 50 on Amazon
Gross: EASON-G offers a shirt for a toddler girl, a baby beanie and a onesie with the expression
Nightmare: In addition to the & # 39; Daddy & # 39; s Little Sl * t & # 39; T-shirts for boys and girls, LINGMEI also offers a youth top with & # 39; Spank me, Daddy & # 39; on the front
A woman shared a photo collage of children's items with the phrase: & # 39; Unfortunately, they think a baby onesie is also suitable. There is a pleathera [sic] of options. I wish I could undo this. & # 39;
In addition to the & # 39; Daddy & # 39; s Little Sl * t & # 39; T-shirts for boys and girls, LINGMEI also offers a youth top with & # 39; Spank me, Daddy & # 39; on the front.
& # 39; This appears to be an automatically generated product & # 39 ;, a Twitter user concluded. & # 39; People write scripts that use common phrases and make product listings for them. The shirts are printed when someone orders one. Guessing this seller's program came on "Daddy & # 39; s Little …" and thought it was suitable for children. & # 39;
DailyMail.com has contacted Amazon for comments.
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