Indonesia blames Nazi-themed cafe owner of promoting racism

London, July 20 (ANI): The owner of a Nazi-themed cafe in Indonesia has been accused of inciting racial hatred by creating pro-Nazi ambience in his restaurant.

Henry Mulyana's Soldier cafe, located in the West Java provincial capital of Bandung, has been open since April 2011, the Sky News reports.

According to the report, staff at his cafe dresses up in Nazi uniform and can be seen posing in front of the building on its Facebook page.

The walls of the cafe is covered with a flag bearing the swastika, internationally recognised symbols representing violence and racism, and a giant picture of Adolf Hitler, the report added.

The owner said that it has been good for business while defending his decision to decorate his restaurant with Nazi symbols to attract customers. (ANI)


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