The name of a clothing store in India that opened 10 days ago is causing some controversy, according to a Wednesday report.
The word “Hitler” with a Nazi swastika as the dot on the “i” appears on the front of the business in Ahmedabad city, according to Yahoo.com .
The owner of the store, which sells Western men’s wear, reportedly said he would change the name if he was compensated approximately $2,700 for the costs of rebranding.
According to the article, Rajesh Shah said he did not know who Adolf Hitler was prior to the store’s opening and claimed Hitler was a nickname given to his store partner’s grandfather. Read more.
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