WORLD-FAMOUS department store Harrods has defied calls for it to stop selling fur.
The store in London has started selling a £399 Christmas stocking made with real fur.
Campaigners tried to stop the store selling the Christmas gift but bosses refused to be bullied.
The stocking is described by Harrods as “an elegant and sophisticated seasonal accessory”, which “will effortlessly find its place into a modern house decor”.
A spokesperson from The People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals said: “Compassionate shoppers know there’s nothing luxurious about products made from the skins of animals.”
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