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German Policemen Banned from Cavorting About in Neo-Nazi Fashions!

March 25, 2009


According to WWD, German police have been banned from wearing garments produced by labels that enjoy popularity within the always-misunderstood Neo-Nazi community: “The brands Fred Perry, Ben Sherman, ACAB, Alpha Industries, Consdaple, Lonsdale, Pit Bull, Outlaw, Troublemaker and Thor Steinar have all been put on a black list. According to police authorities, the labels are seen as a sign of right-wing extremist views and it would be damaging for officers to be associated with such ideologies. Disciplinary action will be taken against officers found wearing any of the brands at work.” Representatives from a number of the banished brands are obviously unhappy about being compared to, oh, HITLER. Drawing particular interest are the following items:

  • Tommy Hilfiger Kristallnacht sequined mufflers
  • Everything from OshKosh B’Gosh’s Lil Curb-Stompers Collection
  • Juicy Couture “The Big Brown Shirt”
  • Nietzschian superman capes
  • Joseph Goebbels’ Exclusive Collection of Edible Intimate Apparel by Ritter Sport (also available with almonds)
  • Nike Hyperflights of the Valkyries
  • German police uniforms
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  1. March 25, 2009 5:25 pm

    Also banned: everything from Sears’ Tuff-skins collection.

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