Amazon has been slammed for selling racist caps with the slogan 'Black Lives Don't Matter' – marketed as 'elegant' and a 'nice present'.
The offensive headgear was spotted by barrister Alexandra Wilson, who tweeted: 'This is not ok. @Amazon why is this racist hat being sold on your site? Are there no checks in place? This is honestly embarrassing.'
The online retail giant later removed the £12.96 caps, which were sold by a third party seller.
A description, written by the seller, said the items were 'high quality' with a 'unique and fashionable' design that made them a 'nice present for family and friends'.
Ms Wilson, 25, tweeted after the caps were removed: 'The largest online company sold caps telling us that "Black Lives Don’t Matter".
'We spoke up and it’s finally gone. The power of social media. Imagine if the big companies and celebrities who posted a black square …