American tourist gives Nazi salute in Germany, is beaten up

American tourist gives Nazi salute in Germany, is beaten up

American tourist gives Nazi salute in Germany, is beaten up

German police say a drunken American male tourist was punched by a passer-by as he gave the stiff-armed Nazi salute multiple times in downtown Dresden.

It comes just a week after two Chinese tourists were arrested taking photos of themselves doing the salute in front of the Reichstag building.

The 41-year-old, who is not yet identified (internet sleuths get on it!), suffered minor injuries in the 8:15 a.m. Saturday assault, according to police.

As for the tourist, he remains under investigation for violating a law in Germany that prohibits the display of Nazi symbols. The man who punched him fled from the scene and police are searching for him.

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It was revealed that he was also being investigated by authorities for the use of insignia of unconstitutional organizations, which includes Nazi symbols.

The tourists received a relatively light punishment, as displaying such gestures or brandishing certain Nazi memorabilia can result in a prison sentence of up to three years in Germany.

Dresden police would not give the Americans name or hometown for privacy reasons.

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