World War 2

JC Penney Kettle Resembling Hitler Sells Out

Company twitter page says the resemblance is unintentional

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Wyoming-based retailer JC Penney quickly sold out of a tea kettle on its website after online commentators noted its resemblance to Adolf Hitler.

The kettle, which a Reddit user first said resembled the Nazi leader during the weekend due to the negative space created by its Hitler-hair-shaped handle, went viral and was sold out on the retailer's website by Tuesday afternoon, Time.com reported Wednesday.

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