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Amazon sells children's clothes emblazoned with 'enjoy cocaine'



  • Children's clothes emblazoned with 'enjoy cocaine' are being sold on Amazon
  • Shopper was outraged when she discovered the range of bibs and babygrows
  • Her Facebook post was branded 'shocking' by similarly horrified parents

By Stephanie Linning For Mailonline

Published: 08:02 EDT, 16 April 2018 | Updated: 08:18 EDT, 16 April 2018

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Children's clothes emblazoned with the words 'enjoy cocaine' are available to buy on Amazon.

The offensive range of bibs, t-shirts and babygrows is being sold by an independent retailer, believed to be based in Estonia.

The design of the garments imitates the distinctive 'Enjoy Coke' logo used by Coca-Cola, replicating the colour and font. 

However the solid white curved line below the text has been replaced with a white 'powder' version. 

A range of bibs, t-shirts and babygrows emblazoned with the slogan 'enjoy cocaine' is available to buy on Amazon UK through an independent retailer, believed to be based in Estonia
A range of bibs, t-shirts and babygrows emblazoned with the slogan 'enjoy cocaine' is available to buy on Amazon UK through an independent retailer, believed to be based in Estonia
The clothes
The clothes

A range of bibs, t-shirts and babygrows emblazoned with the slogan 'enjoy cocaine' is available to buy on Amazon UK through an independent retailer, believed to be based in Estonia

Customer Stefanie Smith was left outraged when she discovered the clothes while browsing the website yesterday. She shared her finding on the Amazon UK Facebook page
Customer Stefanie Smith was left outraged when she discovered the clothes while browsing the website yesterday. She shared her finding on the Amazon UK Facebook page

Customer Stefanie Smith was left outraged when she discovered the clothes while browsing the website yesterday. She shared her finding on the Amazon UK Facebook page

Customer Stefanie Smith was left outraged when she discovered the clothes while browsing the website yesterday.

She shared a screenshot of one baby bib design on the Amazon UK Facebook page with the caption: 'Admittedly, yes I was looking for a Libertines T-shirt but what the actual hell is this? WTF.'

Kelly Pearson responded: 'I'm shocked? Have you emailed them a strongly-worded complaint?'

The products, which are all advertised using images of child models, are being marketed by a seller called'Philips T15'. 

Parody: The products imitate the distinctive 'Enjoy Coke' logo used by Coca-Cola
Parody: The products imitate the distinctive 'Enjoy Coke' logo used by Coca-Cola

Parody: The products imitate the distinctive 'Enjoy Coke' logo used by Coca-Cola

The products, which feature a line of white powder, are advertised using child models, above
The products, which feature a line of white powder, are advertised using child models, above

The products, which feature a line of white powder, are advertised using child models, above

A baby bib, priced at £8.99, which comes in a 'natural' grey colour with white branding, is available in one-size, medium.

All of these products are currently in-stock and are dispatched from Estonia with an additional cost of £4.99 for delivery. 

Another seller, Cotton Island, offers a £13 children's T-shirt emblazoned with a similar logo and the text: 'Can't beat the feeling.'

Earlier this year Amazon were slated after it emerged third party sellers were advertising Chinese fancy dress with pictures of white children making 'slant-eyed' gestures.

The costumes, described as 'Chinese boy fancy dress costume' and priced between £21.86 and £22.02, were being sold with the offensive photograph on Amazon by Atosa and Fyasa.

The retailer quickly withdrew the products following an online backlash.

Amazon UK has been contacted for comment.  

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