A sweater bearing a drawing of "Santa Claus", in front of what appeared to be a drug of cocaine, had negative reactions that prompted the American chain of stores, "Walmart", which is officially apologizing.
And he painted on the sweater a picture of Santa Claus, and in front of him 3 "strips" of white powder, in the same way that cocaine was placed before inhaling, and he wrote on it: "Let it snow," according to Sky News.
"We all know how snow works. It is white and powder, and the best types of snow come from South America," said the commentary accompanying the product for sale, noting that this news was "bad for Santa Claus, as he lives in the Arctic."
He added, "For this reason, Santa Claus loves to take advantage of the opportunity when he has the best types of Colombian snow," referring to drugs that come from Colombia.
Wal-Mart announced the removal of the sale offer from its website, after the uproar caused by the sweater.
"These sweaters sold by a third party on Wal-Mart Canada do not represent the values of Wal-Mart, and they have no place on our site," the company spokesman said.