(FOXNEWS) — The owner of a Russian perfume company has apologized and pulled a fragrance from its shelves after coming under fire for its offensive name: “Sexual Harassment.”

Nikolay Eremin, who runs Nimere Parfums, the small firm which named and sold the scent, called the naming decision “not thought out” in an apology he penned on Instagram.

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