An online retail shop has taken down a shirt after several on Twitter called out the item’s anti-Semitic phrasing.
The item, which appeared on Zazzle, a company which allows users to design merchandise and sell customized items in its virtual store, had the writing: “At least I’m not Jewish” printed on a plain black shirt.
The shirt and sweatshirt with the same design are still for sale on Dominatees.com.
The shirt was designed and put up by a user named “The Slesk Bazaar,” who has since been removed from the site.
Several users took to social media to express their outrage over the offensive T-shirt.
After the backlash, Zazzle removed the shirt and said the product violated its terms of service.
In a statement to Fox News, Zazzle defended itself as an open marketplace and said it took “swift action” to take down the product after it was brought the company’s attention.
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SOURCE: NY Post; Fox News, Alexandra Deabler