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Racist Fan with Nazi Tattoos Spotted at Cleveland Indians Game (Pic)

by: Esteban On  Monday, July 24, 2017
Tags:  Cleveland Indians   MLB   Nazis   Racism   Racist  
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There are a lot of people out there who think the Cleveland Indians’ Chief Wahoo logo is racist and should be discontinued. However, on Sunday, for once, Chief Wahoo was not the most controversial image at Progressive Field.

An Indians fan named Martin Gecovich tweeted at the club during Sunday’s game against the Toronto Blue Jays to complain about a shirtless guy with Nazi tattoos on his neck and lower back.

The tattoos were not exactly subtle, either. One was a Nazi Reichsadler, or Imperial Eagle, pearched atop a swastika. The other was a locomotive with a swastika on the front, most likely a reference to the trains that carried prisoners to Nazi death camps.

Both tattoos are incredibly offensive. Take a look:

nazi tattoo at indians game
The Indians fan who tweeted the complaint appears to have suspended his Twitter account. However, before doing so he reported that stadium staffers came and moved him and his kids to different seats.

Unfortunately, we don’t know what happened to the racist fan. Some people defended his freedom of speech (via tattoo) on Twitter:

 

However, others correctly pointed out that the Cleveland Indians are not the federal government, and that it would have been fully within their rights to tell the man to put on a shirt or get the hell out:

People have been ejected from baseball games for a lot less than celebrating genocide. Making this shithead put on a shirt or leave would have been the right thing to do from a PR standpoint.

Alas, the Cleveland Indians have yet to issue a statement on the matter.

Hat Tip – [Deadspin]



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