A UK-based clothing retailer snatched one of his pajamas for sale after complaints about the t-shirt message containing a message that some feel insensitive.
Boohoo.com offered a Christmas-themed pajamas with the words "Obsessive Christmas Disorder" printed on top, complete with O, C and D highlighted in different letters.
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"As someone whose obsessive compulsive disorder ruins his daily life, I can and will get my hands on whoever I see wearing an" obsessive Christmas obsession "sweater," a critic he wrote on Twitter.
"This really makes me feel bad" he wrote another.
As noted by The Sun, the mental health advocacy group OCD Action also commented on the store's pajama set, saying it trivialized a serious condition.
"Products that deride or trivialize obsessive compulsive disorder add to these misconceptions and can stop people who are genuinely affected by the condition seeking help, often because of fear that they are not taken seriously," said Olivia Bamber, manager youth services and group communications. .
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"It is important to challenge these trivial products, even if their intention is not to cause anguish or offense.The OCD Action welcomes conversations with organizations and is happy to help educate them on how they can positively contribute to understanding of people with this debilitating condition of mental health. "
Starting Friday afternoon, the pajama set was no longer available for purchase on Boohoo.com.
Meanwhile, other online retailers have continued to offer similar items, including vendors such as Walmart and Etsy.
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A Boohoo representative did not return Fox News's request for comment.