JCPenney Removes ‘Hitler’ Tea Kettle Ad

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(KTLA) — JCPenney removed a billboard advertising a tea kettle that some said looked like Adolf Hitler, KTLA reported.

The ad was posted along a highway in Culver City, California.

The $40 kettle sparked social media questions and speculation.

When asked if the item was intentionally made to resemble Hitler, JCPenney tweeted, “Totally unintentional, if we had designed the kettle to look like something we would’ve gone with a snowman.”