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J.C. Penney `Hitler` Tea Kettle Goes Viral

by KTLA - Los Angeles 0:34 mins

J.C. Penney `Hitler` Tea Kettle Goes Viral

by KTLA - Los Angeles 0:34 mins

A J.C. Penney billboard featuring a tea kettle that some say resembles Adolf Hitler caused a stir in Culver City Tuesday. The ad for the $40 kettle was posted along Interstate 405 and caused several to take to social media to post pictures and discuss whether the tea kettle was intentionally made to resemble Hitler. Read more: http://ktla.com/2013/05/28/j-c-penny-hitler-tea-kettle-sparks-controversy/#ixzz2UemkbKgo

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