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Drunk American Assaulted After Giving Nazi Salute in Germany

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Nazi Salutes Land Chinese Tourists in Hot Water in Germany

The Associated Press is reporting that a "drunken American man" was summarily slugged for giving the Nazi salute in downtown Dresden, Germany.

According to officials in Germany, the incident happened at around 8:15 a.m. local time Saturday outside a café in the center of Dresden in eastern Germany.

The American citizen - whose identity is now being withheld - is being investigated for violating German law that strictly forbids the use of Nazi symbols.

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The tourist also had the insignia of "unconstitutional organizations, which includes Nazi symbols". A police test showed that he was heavily intoxicated with a blood alcohol level of 0.276 percent. Police have declined to release the man's name or hometown.

The incident comes a week after two Chinese tourists were arrested in Germany for making the Heil Hitler salute in front of the Reichstag building, where the German parliament meets. The tourist, who sustained minor injuries, was apprehended by police, although the attacker fled the scene and remains at large.

Dresden police added the American national was under investigation for violating German laws pertaining to the public display of Nazi symbols or slogans. They were released after each posted bail of 500 euros, or almost $600. "Don't do it anywhere in fact".

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