There’s been a lot of attention about Maddie McCann lately with the 10th anniversary of her disappearance.
But her name is in the headlines for a different reason today, and it’s something causing plenty of outrage on social media.
A bookshop in the UK has stirred controversy on social media with a sales sticker it’s placed on a bestselling book about the disappearance of Maddie McCann.
A photo of the unfortunate faux pas has stirred debate online with many questioning whether it was an honest mistake or an intentional pun.
The sticker reads: “When it’s gone, it’s gone!”.
As many people on social media have pointed out, it’s probably not the best sales sticker to have on a book about a missing girl.
Some people have reacted with humour to The Works bookstores sticker, others have reacted with rage.
The Works is yet to make comment about the unfortunate faux pas, which is making headlines around the world.
This article first published on Starts at 60.