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Our piece last week on the strange case of the Finnish mutt and his piss-taking Nazi salute contained the following Bootnote - a desperate attempt to justify a piece of Friday frivolity:

Those seeking some IT angle on this story may care to note that Alcatel-Lucent has just hired a "quality assurance and customer care" executive named George Nazi.

What we didn't spot while we were down at FierceTelecom checking out this hot Nazi news, though, was this splendid headline from the same source:

FierceTelecom headline reads: 'Alcatel-Lucent strengthens its leadership team with George Nazi's appointment in senior execution role'

Excellent work, and it's steins of foaming ale all round for FierceTelecom and reader Alan McKee who spotted this headline of the week. ®

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