When the Lululemons hit the NHL, the internet reacted:

The world of hockey has been rocked by the latest scandal involving the popular yoga pants brand Lulules.

The scandal began when a video of a Lulu Yoga Pants store in California went viral in late October.

The video shows a woman in a yoga pants with a bra on, sitting at a table, and looking at the floor.

She then appears to put the bra back on and goes back to eating a sandwich.

The video went viral with a combined 8 million views.

The brand has since apologized and said it has stopped using the bra.

Luluz, a brand of underwear, is also under fire for its yoga pants.

The company said on its Facebook page that the “appeal to be a woman” has gone out the window.

It also said it was taking steps to ensure the safety of women and families.

Lulu, which launched in 2011, said it’s made a commitment to “address and change the culture around the brand, which includes an emphasis on safety and equality,” according to the statement.

LulaZoo, a company created by Lululi and owned by LulaLululeman, the brand name for Lululu, said in a statement that it was saddened by the video and that it had “reached out to the company to apologize to the person in question.”

“As a company, we’re committed to working with the authorities to bring this matter to an appropriate resolution,” it said.