A man arrested after making antisemitic statements in Nuremberg

Nuremberg
- On Friday afternoon (October 23, 2020) police arrested a man in downtown Nuremberg. A 31-year-old man has previously abused Jewish musicians on the sidewalk.

Around 2:30 p.m., a 62-year-old man spoke with a police patrol and reported antisemitic statements a man made to him and his entourage. The suspect turned to the three musicians, who each wore a kippah during their musical performance on the Königsstraße pedestrian mall, with slogans such as "Jews out!" And "Sieg Heil!".

Police found the suspect not far from the crime scene. The 31st man was drunk and behaved unreasonably and aggressively towards the police, so the police handcuffed him.

The police investigation revealed that it was Homeless, the prosecutor filed a request for arrest.

Source: presseportal