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P&G Apologizes For Unintentional Neo-Nazi Codes On Laundry Detergent In Germany

When you’re a global company, you’re going to have global problems. But perhaps there could’ve been a few more eyes/brains on a packaging campaign for Ariel laundry detergent from Procter & Gamble in Germany that featured a large white soccer jersey with a large “88″ on them. See, because that’s a neo-Nazi code, if you’re in the know. [More]