Within hours of the 'The Sheriff' tshirt- being put up for sale, some newspapers had picked up on its resemblance to Nazi concentration camp uniforms and messages were posted on Twitter criticizing the design. The shirt has been pulled.
A popular clothing brand has removed what some are calling a "concentration camp" shirt for kids from its shelves and website after coming under fire on social media.
Zara, a Spanish brand with outposts all over the world including the U.S., was selling in its kids' clothing line a white-and-blue striped shirt with a gold star.
Some felt the stripes in combination with a gold star reminiscent of the Star of David looked far too similar to uniforms worn in Nazi concentration camps during the Holocaust.