In an eerie echo of a recent Spoof.com article which informed us that a documentary or somesuch was to be made about Hitler's underpants, it has emerged that a leading clothing retailer has withdrawn from sale a line of printed underpants which appear to show the late, loathed Fuhrer saluting some bomber aircraft which were probably en route to bomb the east end of London.
The store denied the allegation that the picture depicted Hitler, saying that the picture was inspired by Lenin, who incidentally denied all knowledge from beyond the grave.
The underpants contain other cartoonish images of sex-robots and buxom cartoon sex sirens, but nothing has quite achieved such a negative impact as the so-called Hitler print.
The only other time the store chain has withdrawn a line of underpants from sale involved a winking image of Manchester United's Cristiano Ronaldo, which was deemed 'unsuitable.'
More as we get it.
With thanks to the original story about Hitler's underpants.