British scientists were left red-faced yesterday after extensive tests proved the infamous Hitler Porn Stash is a fake!
The pornography was allegedly discovered in 1945 by Russian soldiers, tucked under a mattress in the German leader's Berlin bunker.
Transported to Stalingrad in 1946, it lay undisturbed on top of Stalin's wardrobe until found by a peasant cleaner after the death of the Soviet leader.
The cleaner, Uri Kofalot, kept the historic filth hidden until the collapse of the Berlin wall, it was then sold on to a private British collector. When the sale of the mags in 2005 was announced at Christie's in London, it sent shock waves around the world.
Hiltler's predilection for 'self help magazines' had long been rumoured and it was believed that the SS had been looting newsagents throughout Europe for the top quality muck.
Since the discovery of the stash many countries have demanded that their porn be returned and displayed in the National archives. Denmark and Sweden in particular have a very strong case as many of the 'fisting' and 'watersport' copies have been found to have originated from there.
Since the discovery, there had been feverish speculation that British scientists would have found enough DNA between the sticky pages to clone the despotic German leader. The University of Dundee however, after exhaustive testing, revealed the pornography to be a fake.A spokesman said yesterday, "This is obviously very disappointing.We had hoped to grow Hitler in a laboratory, find out what made him tick and then hang him."