Fashion retailer Topman has withdrawn a clothing line that featured Nazi insignia.
The embarrassed clothier apologized after the blunder was pointed out by an online shopper.
The “grunge look” Horace jacket — which sold for around $300 — featured an emblem worn by SS troops.
The ancient Norse odal rune, reports The Mirror, is similar to a swastika and was used to symbolize Hitler’s belief in a pure Aryan race.
Actually, the symbol wasn’t a “Nazi” symbol. It was an ancient Norse rune the the Nazis appropriated for their own (mis)use. Just as the swastika long predates the Nazi use of that symbol, too.