Tourists arrested for Hitler salutes in Berlin

Chinese tourists were taking photos outside Reichstag
Two Chinese tourists have been arrested for making Hitler salutes in front of the Reichstag building in Berlin, which houses the German parliament.
German police say they detained two men, aged 36 and 49, after they mimicked Nazi poses, taking photos of each other with their mobile phones.
Germany has strict laws against hate speech and Nazi-era symbols. The pair now stand accused of “using symbols of illegal organisations” and were temporarily released after posting bail of €500 each.