T-shirt manufacturer fruit of the loon has pulled its trademark after causing controversy.
Ex President George W Bush said the T shirt manufacturer was 'sending the wrong message to Al Qaeda.'
Bush was quoting on the t shirts trademark 'everyone has the right to bare arms.'
Charlton Heston was seen wearing one of these t shirts.
Dyslexics have interpreted this as 'everyone has the right to arm bears' and have been doing so.
The FBI has warned civilians to be extra vigilant and call 911 if they see any bears acting suspiciously.
Well known writer of politics and linguistics Noam Chompsky has responded to this by saying "this is exactly what I'm talking about in my new book."
Chomskys new book is titled 'The war on semantics and puns.'
We contacted a fruit of the loon representative Mr Twaddle, we asked him about this controversy.
Twaddle said: "We've dropped all the t shirts that have that trademark."
Fruit of the loon launched an international advertising campaign yesterday with their new trademark 'Bare arms are so sexy!'
In a knee jerk reaction to this Paris Hilton twittered "Eww, bear arms are soo unsexy, I get mine trimmed everyday."