Walgreens Removes Hanukkah Wrapping Paper Covered In Swastikas

A woman in Los Angeles discovered a swastika in the design of a roll of wrapping paper while she was shopping on Saturday in the Hanukkah section of a Walgreens, television station KNBC reported.

“I couldn’t believe my eyes, I had no idea what to do,” Cheryl Shapiro told the station.

Shapiro initially tried to reach her rabbi but was eventually able to get the rolls removed after complaining to the store’s managers, KNBC reported.

“I told them I wanted this taken off the shelves immediately – not just your store, but national,” Shapiro told the station. “I was really putting my foot down because I was appalled by this.”

“I came home and I spoke to my rabbi. He couldn’t believe it,” Shapiro continued. “I’m still very upset about it, that something like this could be on the market.”

Walgreens told KNBC that the company was investigating the sale of the wrapping paper.

h/t Huffington Post

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