Protestors have ransacked multiple H&M stores in South Africa, forcing the company to close down all of its stores in the country.
Protesters from the left-wing Economic Freedom
Fighters (EFF) group targeted six shops in Gauteng province, police said.
Video posted on social media showed racks of clothes being pushed to the floor.
In one location, rubber bullets were fired to disperse demonstrators. While officers are monitoring the situation, they said they had not made any arrests so far.
The controversy began when the chain issued an image of a black child modelling a sweatshirt with the slogan "Coolest monkey in the jungle".
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