WASHINGTON - With the scandal surrounding Gen. David Petraeus seeming like it can't get any more dense, a shirt for sale online may lighten the mood.
The website Zazzle is selling a plain white T-shirt that boasts the words "I am the shirtless FBI agent," poking fun at the man who allegedly sent shirtless photos of himself to socialite Jill Kelley.
"Now, you can claim your role in the Petraeus/Broadwell scandal by sporting this stylish T-shirt," the website proclaims.
The shirt appears to be the creation of Slate Magazine and can be bought for $20.10. Despite the fact that the shirtless agent has been identified, you can still find the shirt and play your part at this link.
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