You know what’s never a good idea? Selling a product that glamourises the Holocaust.
You’d think that would just be common sense, but no – not for US clothing retailer Urban Outfitters, anyway.
The brand’s latest offence has been selling a tapestry which has been described by the Anti-Defamation League (ADL) as “eerily reminiscent” of the uniforms gay male prisoners were forced to wear in Nazi concentration camps.
The grey and white striped rugs feature a pink triangle and, while they are not sold online, they are available in-store for $69.
The ADL released a statement that was published in the The Washington Post: