A man appearing to wear a German military uniform left shoppers horrified as he sold Nazi memorabilia including flags with swastikas.
Shoppers at Barras market in Glasgow have told how they were disturbed by the display that was "so blatant".
Photos obtained by the Daily Record show a man in a military hat and jacket, Nazi flags on display and vintage war helmets in display cases.
A Jewish group has warned that the sale of Nazi memorabilia at the Randall’s Antiques section of the market could cause distress.
The group pointed out that a number of Holocaust survivors and families of survivors live in Glasgow.
One shopper said: “I’m still shaken by how much Nazi paraphernalia was on display. It was so blatant.”
Another shopper added: “Seeing the man in uniform sent shivers through me.”
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Eby Yedd, co-president of Glasgow Jewish Representative Council, said: “As there are Holocaust survivors and families of Holocaust survivors living in Glasgow, this stall and the sale of such memorabilia will cause much distress.”
A spokesperson from Randall’s Antiques said: “No one has any interest in Nazi behaviour and he is only advertising stock he has for sale.”
Last week, an MP in India sparked outrage by turning up in Parliament dressed as Nazi leader Adolf Hitler.
Former actor Naramalli Sivaprasad, 67, donned a fake mustache and swastika armband as he appeared alongside lawmakers.
The government critic insisted that he was likening India’s leadership to the Nazi leader.
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