The 15th anniversary of 9/11 is on Sunday and many displays, signs and other tributes will be seen to commemorate the day. However, one display won't be as it sparked outrage for many at this Wal-Mart.

This picture was tweeted by Shawn Richard at a Wal-Mart in Panama City, Florida and it created a lot of angry stirring in the twittersphere.



Many thought the use of Coke Zero for the Twin Towers which became Ground Zero was in poor taste.

According to this WGN (via Orlando Weekly) report the Panama City Wal-Mart store has since removed the display.

The funny thing is this post has been retweeted 2,492 and received 4,114 likes.

Honestly, I don't see the problem with this display as the banner above it says "We will never forget." I think it shows a portrait of "America Strong."

Do you see this as a bad display to recognize that awful dark day in America?



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