Due to its clients’ demands, Harrods has stopped selling women’s hoodies with curse words in Russian on them, reports The Sun. The black hoodies with the words “Go f*** yourself” were on sale for a high price (£620).
Later, Moscow journalist Max Seddon explained the meaning of the phrase by posting the following on Twitter: “This hoodie has 'Georgian lettering' and 'is imbued with signature unapologetic attitude,' according to Harrods, who will sell it to you for a mere £680.
“It actually says 'Go f*** yourself' in Russian." After this, Harrods received feedback from customers and made the decision to remove this product from sale in Harrods and on Harrods.com.
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