An Austrian soldier has been sentenced to 19 months in prison for getting a swastika tattooed on his testicle.
For obvious reasons, there are no images that can be shared with the public due to the location of the tattoo. The 29-year old in question pleaded with the court, explaining that he had become mixed up in the wrong crowd and was previously aligned with a far-right movement.
The departure from this movement occurred 8 years ago when he then fancied an anti-establishment political stance. Can you spell extremism?
The neo-Nazi from the town of Sankt Veit an der Glan in Austria went on trial in the city of Klagenfurt on 8th June. During the proceedings, the court listened to the man explain how he drank two bottles of whiskey before his brother tattooed the prohibited symbol on his scrotum.
But wait, there’s more! In addition to this crime, he also was found to have posted the picture of the tattoo in question online in addition to previous Nazi propaganda and drinking Hitler branded wine.
The perpetrator, unnamed due to local privacy laws, has previous convictions and two years prison time for aggravated bodily harm following a festival.
“I just got in with bad company”unamed perpatrator
During the court proceedings, the suspect professed remorse for his actions claiming he was “sorry” and “embarrassed” for his behaviour.
In conversation with the court the suspect stated:
“I just got in with bad company. For us, anything that wasn’t allowed was something we gravitated towards, but we all underestimated enormously how much a mistake this was.”
Any glorification of Nazi symbology or organisations in support of the Nazi party has been banned under Austria’s National Socialism Prohibition Act of 1947.
Remember and do your civic duty for the greater good of society and punch your local Nazi’s, it’s okay, they deserve it.
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