Customers say the £3 St George's Cross, with the word "England" on the red cross looks like the hoods worn by the racist US organisationAs the KKK aren't an English organisation, nor do they have much if any support in England clearly this is a case of morons with too much time on their hands. Nor as far as I can tell do the hoodie flags cover the face and have eye holes in them as the KKK outfits do.
Supermarket Asda has defended a "wearable England flag" it has launched for the World Cup after claims it resembles a Ku Klux Klan outfit.
The £3 St George's Cross, with the word "England" on the red cross, features a hood which Asda said was to allow fans to wear it and stay dry despite the unpredictable British weather.
But some fans took to Twitter to point out what they believe were similarities with the hoods worn by the racist US organisation, also known by its initials "KKK".
One user called Kieran posted a picture of himself at his @KieranCPhoto account, writing: "Asda are selling wearable England flags, they look dodgy to say the least ..."
Another user called Simon replied on his @HungryHatter account: "'ENGLAND RULES OKKK' Honestly, do Asda simply not bother to see how these things look when worn? *sigh*"
Rather easy to spot the difference you might think.
I'm rather surprised that local witches and wizards haven't come out of the woodwork to complain about associating to their beliefs by wearing a pointy hat, nor anyone who wore a dunces cap either complaining about the memories invoked either come to that.
I suppose you could even get complaints about the Guatemalan cucurucho garb being mocked if you really want to get down to some serious being offended.
It's one of those things where if you go looking for something long enough and hard enough, you'll find it, even if no one else save a few of your fellow morons can see it or wants to see it.