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London’s famous Harrods department store has apologised to its customers for selling controversial underwear bearing images of Hindu goddesses.
Hindu Human Rights said the garments, created by Italian designer Roberto Cavalli, insulted the religion. The store said: “We apologise to those customers who have been offended or distressed by the situation.”
The summer range has been on sale for some time but the controversy started on Sunday when an Indian human resources executive, Amitabh Soni, saw mannequins bearing the brightly coloured bikinis. “I was shocked to see them,” he told BBC.
“When we see any image of goddesses we bow our heads with respect and here they were displayed in such an insulting way”, Mr Soni said.
Last year another department store had to apologise for selling toilet seats with images of a Hindu deity.
So… imagine how low he would have to bow down if you were sitting on the deity toilet seat with the goddess underwear around your ankles!