Walmart Made Santa's 'Naughty List' With Ugly Christmas Sweater

The jumper appears to show Santa snorting lines of cocaine

The jumper appears to show Santa snorting lines of cocaine

The sweater depicts Santa Claus with straw in hand, and three white lines laid out on a table before him.

A description accompanying the gift said: "We all know how snow works". The sweater says "LET IT SNOW" at the bottom.

In reply, another user said: "Wish you had a screenshot of the sweater itself as they took it down off their web site". That's sad news for joyful old St. Nick, who exists far beyond in the North Pole.

"These sweaters, sold by a third-party seller on (our website in Canada), do not represent Walmart's values and have no place on our website", Walmart said in a statement to CBS News. It added "Santa really likes to savor the moment when he gets his hands on some quality, grade-A, Colombian snow".

"He prepares it in precise lines on his coffee desk and then gets a big whiff to smell the high-quality fragrance of the snow".

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"We have removed these products from our marketplace. We apologize for any unintended [offense] this may have caused".

Other jumpers marketed at the Walmart Canada website, sold via the third-party company FUN Wear, showing Santa, with no trousers on, holding in front of a bonfire and roasting his "chesnuts". Yet Walmart Canada, the cowards, chose to remove a newly discovered garment that represents Saint Nick getting ready for a long night of gift delivery and gossip to reindeer ears.

To make matters worse, the product description on Walmart was in no way trying to hide the insinuation.

Walmart Canada has not yet responded to Yahoo's request for comment.

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