We can only assume that when the internet caught wind of the offensive Topman t-shirts that implied women look like dogs and perhaps made excuses for domestic violence, the Customer Service department became inundated with complaints. Reader Pia sent us the apology she received from the company, which stated that the shirts were "in no way meant to make light of any sort of violence" and suggested they were "meant to be light hearted without carrying any serious meaning." You can read the letter in full, below.
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