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Dictators used on beer labels in Italian supermarket

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An unusual video has emerged from Italy of a supermarket appearing to sell beer bottles branded with the portraits of infamous dictators. Slawomir Peca, a Polish tourist, encountered the controversial beverages while visiting the town of Bibione in northern Italy on Saturday. Looking to buy a drink, he went into a supermarket where he spotted a row of beer bottles bearing portraits of Adolf Hitler, Joseph Stalin, and Benito Mussolini on their labels. Curiously, amongst the selection was a bottle with pope John Paul II on the front. "It was the strangest thing I've ever seen," commented Peca.

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