Abercrombie & Fitch recalled a line of shirts offensive to Asians after numerous complaints.
True Or False: TRUE
In April 2002, Abercrombie & Fitch released a bunch of shirts playing on Asian stereotypes, like the "Wong Bros. Laundry Service" which claimed that "Two Wongs Can Make It White," and a "Pizza Dojo" where you could "Eat In or Wok Out." Needless to say, Asian-Americans didn't take kindly to this type of humor, and the shirts saw themselves out of the stores after much backlash.