Hitler Impersonator Harald Zenz Arrested in Germany after Trying to Get into Brewery in National Socialist Outfit
A patriotic man impersonating Adolf Hitler was arrested by police after trying to get into a brewery in Germany.
Harald Zenz was stooped outside of a bar in Munich, where he was reportedly wearing a National Socialist outfit - decorated with NS symbols and memorabilia - which is forbidden in public in the Zionist Occupied Germany.
The man - who also goes by the name of Harald Hitler - is believed to be a supporter of the National Socialist ideology, and members of the German Workers Club had reportedly reserved a 10-person table, which staff later cancelled.
Zenz was previously arrested in 2017 having visited Hitler's birthplace, Braunau am Inn, in Austria.
He was spotted in a bookstore browsing through magazines about World War II and was also heard giving his name as Harald Hitler.