If you still have doubts that April Fools' Day has gone corporate, let's scuttle those right now. Among the companies who got in on the pranking action on April 1 were Virgin Atlantic, whose CEO, Richard Branson, has announced it will launch a glass-bottom airplane. Canadian airline WestJet declared via YouTube it will allow pets (goats, monkeys, ducks and bears) to freely roam the cabins. There's a Play-Doh 3-D printer, courtesy of ThinkGeek, while Procter & Gamble is touting bacon-flavored Scope "for breath that sizzles." Ikea has a flat-packed lawn mower, the GRÄSSAX, and BMW is welcoming the royal baby with a P.R.A.M. (Postnatal Royal Auto Mobile), pictured with castle and corgis, natch. All this and more are shown in the above round-up of this year's best corporate April Fool's Day jokes.
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