Swastika spaghetti not real

Lad magazine Loaded ran a photo of a faux can of Heinz Alphabetti Spaghetti containing noodle swastikas instead of letters. The photo apparently accompanied a "Pointless But True" column about how the food company made the special spaghetti during World War II. Heinz didn't think the gag was particularly funny. The magazine have since issued an apology. From Wigan Today:

A Heinz spokesman said: "Perhaps the article came from one of those weird Internet rumours that are not based on facts…

"We carefully track any references to Heinz and, as soon as the article appeared, we were on to Loaded to make a complaint. We are pleased that the magazine has set the record straight."