A Japanese costume store has agreed to remove a faux Nazi uniform after complaints from a major Jewish group, the AP reports. At Don Quijote, which has outlets in several Japanese cities, $60 could get you black jacket with swastika armband, sold in a package that said "Heil Hitler" in Japanese. The costume ran afoul of the Simon Wiesenthal Center, which complained to Quijote.
"This was meant purely as a joke, as something that would easily be recognizable," a Quijote spokesman said. "If we have complaints will certainly stop sales."