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American Tourist In Germany Does Nazi Salute, Gets Beaten Up

American Tourist In Germany Does Nazi Salute, Gets Beaten Up

A drunk American tourist took a beating after he did a Nazi salute "multiple times" in Germany.

The incident occurred early Saturday morning, apparently after a night of drinking.

The police have launched a procedure for the use of "symbols of unconstitutional organizations" by the tourist.

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The American was detained by German police.

The tourist was heavily intoxicated and had a blood alcohol level of 0.276 percent. Germany has strict privacy laws around releasing the identities of individuals involved in criminal cases, and police on Sunday gave no information on his background.

The man who punched the tourist fled the scene after the assault. The insignia in question prompted a separate police investigation.

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It's the second time this month that tourists have gotten themselves into legal trouble for giving the Nazi salute.

But as one British paper pointed out, those who know the history of the Nazi salute should know not to do it.

That's this weekend's object lesson from Germany, a nation that knows a thing or two about Nazis. "Don't do it anywhere in fact".

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