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Controversial J.C. Penney Kettle Billboard Said to Resemble Hitler – What Do You Think? [PHOTO]

There’s a billboard on the 405 in Culver City, CA that has a lot of people talking. It’s a billboard advertising…Adolf Hitler?

Folks on Twitter and Reddit are buzzing over the striking resemblance of this kettle and the infamous Nazi leader.

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Controversial J.C. Penney billboard with right side blurred for comparison. (Reddit / Imgur)

The kettle in question is the Michael Graves Design Bells and Whistles Stainless Steel Tea Kettle, which also appears on the department store’s website.


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