Art gallery owners in Poland are facing jail over a giant poster of a naked Minnie Mouse sprawled on a huge Nazi swastika.
The billboard – advertising an art exhibition – has infuriated locals as it is plastered next to a synagogue in Poznan.
During World War II, the synagogue was closed and looted by Nazis before being flooded and turned into a swimming pool for German soldiers.
Now prosecutors are studying the poster to see if it promotes fascism, punishable by three years in jail in Poland.
But gallery manager Maria Czarnecka said: “This billboard is for a poster exhibition and in no way does it promote fascism or support the Nazi regime.”