The sweater with the image of an alien with an anal probe, with Santa's trousers pulled down, and another that had a pants-less Saint Nick standing in front of a roaring fire and the phrase "chestnuts roasting on an open fire" were also removed from the website. "It's white, powdery and the best snow comes straight from South America", the description read, according to screenshots posted on Twitter and in Global's story. That's why Santa really likes to take savor the moment when he gets his hands on some quality grade A Colombian snow.
The company said the sweaters do not represent Walmart's values.More news: Chinese state offices, public institutions to soon remove all foreign tech
The wool-polyester blend pullover immediately attracted widespread backlash and the retailer told ABC News in a statement that it has "removed these products from our marketplace".
"He packs it in ideal lines on his coffee table and then takes a big whiff to smell the high quality aroma of the snow". Another sweater showed Santa being whipped BDSM-style along with the words "Santa has been naughty". Walmart declined to comment further on Sunday.
The Auschwitz Memorial later found similar images to purchase on Amazon, including an "arbeit macht frei" [work sets you free] bath towel. Images used showed the train tracks leading to the entrance of Auschwitz II-Birkenau and a number of scenes inside the camps, where around 1 million Jewish people are estimated to have been killed during World War II.More news: Tiger skin, foetuses found in Indonesia poacher case
"The products in question have been removed".
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