I recently saw this headline on the Granuaid front page: Havelange 'paid millions in bribes'
In this case, Havelange received the bribes, but the headline still works. It struck me that its naive meaning would be the opposite i.e. Havelange umm.. paid the bribes to someone else.
Is there a term for this sort of double-loading where a sentence could represent a proposition and also its converse? Any other examples?