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December 31, 2009

Brit tourist expresses outrage on finding swastikas in German hotel

     London: A British tourist expressed his outrage after finding his German hotel decorated with nine-foot long Swastikas. According to The Sun, Sebastian Wocker's "jaw hit the floor" when he saw the hated Nazi symbols etched on glass in the lobby of the four-star refitted Radisson Hotel in Hamburg. He complained to hotel staff, who said the panels had been installed during a refit and were "too expensive to take down". Half-German Sebastian, 45, of Hampstead, North London, said: "I looked up and saw dozens of swastikas. They must be removed." The Radisson was unavailable for comment.
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