A violent new video game which is set in a school and encourages players to act out assaults on pupils and teachers has been condemned by anti-bullying campaigners and teaching unions.
The game, called Bully, features a shaven-headed pupil who torments fellow students and teachers at his school.
Critics said the game was "glorifying" school bullying and called for it to be banned.
The PC World and Currys chain of stores said it had already decided not to stock the game. A spokesman said: "We don't think this is suitable for sale in our stores. We are careful about what we sell and this is something we have decided not to list."