Controversial 'Cocaine Santa' Christmas sweater now an Amazon bestseller after Walmart stops offering it

More like Santa Escobar.

A controversial “Cocaine Santa” Christmas sweater, which was pulled from Walmart's Canadian website over its depiction of Santa appearing to do cocaine, is now an Amazon bestseller — and it's “perfect for cozy days with your family!” according to its current product description.

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The now-popular crew neck sweater, which Walmart apologized for offering on its website earlier this week, depicts a very bizarre-looking Santa Claus holding what appears to be a straw in one hand while standing over a table laid out with snowballs and three lines of something that resembles cocaine.

The sweater showed Santa with three lines of a white substance with the phrase “let it snow.” (Photo credit: Walmart)

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The ugly sweater, cheekily dubbed “Let It Snow,” is now listed as a #1 Best Seller in the Women’s Novelty Sweatshirts section (despite being labeled as unisex), and it's earning plenty of glowing 5-star reviews.

“It’s the funniest, most amazing xmas sweater in the universe. Buy one,” wrote one easily pleased customer named Matt.

“Nothing says ‘Christmas’ like Santa Snooters,” Larry Dickman titled a 5-star review.

In another, someone else simply re-posted the needlessly overt product description from the Walmart listing, which included several paragraphs-worth of allusions to cocaine.

The bestselling adult-themed holiday sweater retails on Amazon for $31.99 — and is available with Prime, too. But even though the sweater is currently available at the online marketplace, it is technically being sold by a third party seller. However, this particular sweater, and other similar versions currently sold on Amazon, are being offered by brands other than FUNwear, which was the third-party seller responsible for the "Cocaine Santa" sweaters previously offered on Walmart's Canadian website.

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Looking to take a less provocative route this holiday season? sport a bunch of Popeyes Chicken Sandwiches on your chest for Christmas instead.