A Philadelphia judge wants to know why a murder suspect appeared in court in a T-shirt that says, “Crime Pays.”
The shirt, which was reportedly selling for $9.99 and has since been removed from the site, had many users taking to Twitter to complain about the “message” it seemed to be sending.
Nerlens Noel hasn’t played a game in Philadelphia yet, and he might not until 2014. But he’s already trying to fit right in.
The girl’s shirt reads, “My Best Subjects” at the top and has boxes checked off next to the words “Shopping,” “Music” and “Dancing.” A box next to the word “Math” is left blank, with the phrase “Well, nobody’s perfect” underneath.
The Secaucus, N.J.-based retailer tweeted Monday evening that it was pulling the shirt from stores and apologized “to anyone we may have offended.”
The NFL Players Association is selling t-shirts supporting the LGBT community with the word “#Pride,” along with players names and numbers on them.
The popular clothing store GAP has stopped selling a controversial t-shirt after a public outcry.
Sam Pawlucy, a 16-year-old sophomore at Charles Carroll High School in Port Richmond, was allegedly removed from geometry class because she was wearing a Romney-Ryan campaign shirt.
A photo of a t-shirt mocking the Jerry Sandusky scandal has made the rounds on Twitter and Facebook over the last two days.
The Sons of Ben is a non-profit that works to develop the soccer community here in the Delaware Valley. The sports fans are also working for a good cause.