After T-shirts emblazoned with offensive slogans appeared on Amazon, a spokesman for the online retail giant said: "I can confirm that those items are not available for sale".
Earlier, clothing firm Solid Gold Bomb has said the items with slogans such as "Keep Calm and Rape A Lot" had been printed in "error" due to an "automatically generated using a scripted computer process running against hundreds of thousands of dictionary words".
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