Walmart Canada apologizes for ugly Christmas sweater

ugly xmas sweater

Walmart Canada apologizing after an ugly Christmas sweater raised some eyebrows. 

The sweater in question apparently making an apparent drug reference.

The ugly blue sweater featured an image of Santa Claus behind a table with three white lines with the phrase below "let it snow"

However, complaints were made that the lines of snow looked similar to lines of cocaine.

Walmart issued a  statement over the weekend apologizing saying the sweaters were sold by a third party seller on and don't represent the companies values.

The sweater does not  appear to be available as of this morning on the Walmart website. 


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