A popular Chinese beverage chain has apologised for using sexist slogans on its merchandise, after they sparked widespread outrage online. Sexy Tea shop had referred to women as a "bargain" on one of its mugs, adding that customers could pick up women while waiting for their drinks. The shop had in the past also sold tea bags with the slogan "Master, I want you" along with images of tadpoles. It added that it would recall its latest range of mugs and was "very ashamed" of its latest creation. The Sexy Tea shop had recently put out a range of "Changsha dialect mugs" - a dialect spoken predominantly in the capital of Hunan province. The chain has a reported outlets there.
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