IKEA forced to deny they are selling Swastika-shaped table named Hadølf after fake photograph sparks outrage in Germany
- Fake photograph claimed to show a Swastika-shaped table in IKEA
- The doctored photo shows the Hadølf table, claiming it’s available in Italy
- IKEA was forced to deny that the table existed, after the image went viral
IKEA has been forced to deny that they are selling a table shaped like a swastika after a doctored image was posted online.
The picture, claiming to be from an Italian IKEA catalogue shows a swastika table called Hadølf, sparked online outrage after it went viral in Germany.
The flatpack furniture giant is now planning on taking legal action once they have tracked down the source of the doctored photograph.
‘It is of course clear that such a table is not part of our program, either in Italy or anywhere else,’ an IKEA spokesperson told The Berliner Zeitung.
In addition to the obvious – that no such table exists – Hadølf’s fake price of 88
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