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H&M told BuzzFeed News: "We completely understand and agree with his reaction to the image."
People called for a boycott after seeing the hoodie, which reads "coolest monkey in the jungle".
"Surely it is widely recognised that the content of your mind and words you speak are WAAAAAY more important than your fucking shoes!"
This week York became the latest English city to effectively ban Uber, and the traditional taxi drivers lobbying against the app don't want to stop there. But are authorities actually powerless to do anything?
After BuzzFeed News revealed a similar practice was being used at Zizzi restaurants, MPs and unions have called for it to be banned.
Zizzi said it was "concerned" by allegations reported by BuzzFeed News that the company charges waiters if a customer walks out without paying, along with a catalogue of other "mistakes".
Uber confirmed earlier this month that in a data breach last year, details from millions of accounts had been compromised.
BuzzFeed News spoke to several employees who claimed the company charges them if a customer walks out without paying and for a catalogue of "mistakes". Zizzi said staff "welcome" the opportunity to learn "cash handling skills".
A minister has admitted he only learned of the Uber data breach, which compromised information from 57 million accounts including in the UK, in the press.
BuzzFeed News compared clothes sizes at leading high street fashion retailers to see whether they differ. TL;DR - they do.
Customers claim they have been misled into signing up to a rolling £35 monthly contract for the site's “free to join” VIP membership.
The UK's advertising watchdog said the ad for cosmetic surgery was irresponsible because it directly appealed to young women and teenage girls.
Workers at Asos’s Barnsley warehouse say they work like machines. A BuzzFeed News investigation found allegations of exploitative contracts, a stringent security regime, and stressed workers at the heart of the online retailer's global fast-fashion empire.
After a teenager petitioned the fashion retailer to introduce plus sizes in Spain, BuzzFeed News decided to see how easy it is to buy XXL womenswear in Zara stores in the UK.
MACMA in Argentina used the male model to demonstrate how women can check their breasts for signs of cancer.
AO Group, owner of Expert Logistics, said it "refutes" the claims, but apologised after drivers received unofficial letters warning them they could have their contracts terminated for littering.
A Channel 4 Dispatches investigation claims three factories supplying some of the UK's biggest fashion brands paid staff well below the minimum wage.
The company was forced to change its advertising for the second time after pushing sugary drinks to children.