An Ariel liquid detergent bottle with an "18"on it sits Friday in Berlin. Detergent manufacturer Procter & Gamble has kicked up a froth in Germany after unintentionally placing a neo-Nazi code on promotional packages for Ariel washing powder. The use of Nazi slogans in public is banned in Germany, which neo-Nazis often try to circumvent by using codes. '18' stands for Adolf Hitler.
An Ariel liquid detergent bottle with an "18"on it sits Friday in Berlin. Detergent manufacturer Procter & Gamble has kicked up a froth in Germany after unintentionally placing a neo-Nazi code on promotional packages for Ariel washing powder. The use of Nazi slogans in public is banned in Germany, which neo-Nazis often try to circumvent by using codes. '18' stands for Adolf Hitler.
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published Friday, May 9th, 2014
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BERLIN — Procter & Gamble has apologized for "any false connotations" after stirring anger in Germany for unintentionally placing a neo-Nazi code on promotional packages for its Ariel laundry detergent.

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