American tourist is beaten up after performing Nazi salute in Germany

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An American tourist was punched after drunkenly giving the Nazi salute several times on the streets of Dresden, Germany, over the weekend.

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The incident involving the 41-year-old male tourist and a passerby unfolded just after 8 a.m. Saturday in Dresden, the Associated Press reported. According to official accounts, the unknown attacker fled the scene and is now being sought for causing bodily harm. At the police station, the man registered a 0.276 percent blood alcohol level.

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The police have launched a procedure for the use of "symbols of unconstitutional organizations" by the tourist. 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. He is wanted for questioning by Dresden police. Earlier in August, two Chinese tourists were arrested after making Nazi salutes outside German parliament building the Recihstag.

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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.

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