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An Indonesian sportswear has apologised for a on its shirts that people thought was . The label was on the shirts of one of the country's top football . It read: "Washing : Give this shirt to a woman. It's her ." The company issued its apology on March 9th, which was timing as that just happened to be International Women's Day, an to honour and celebrate women's achievements around the world. The company received a of complaints on social media from people who thought the label's was highly inappropriate.

The company quickly offered an . It said it did not mean to belittle women. A spokesperson tweeted: "The message is , instead of it in the way, you might as well give it to a lady because they are more ." It added: "There is no to humiliate women. In , we want to tell the men to learn from women on how to take of clothes." Many people felt the apology was also sexist. On a more note, The Asian Football Confederation launched its Women's Football Day on Sunday, designed to promote the women's in Asia.

 
 

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