Nazi-Loving Teacher Told to Cover His Pool

A HISTORY teacher who named his son Adolf has been forced to cover up a huge swastika in his swimming pool after it was spotted by shocked cops in Brazil.

Wandercy Pugliesi’s passion for Hitler and his henchmen was revealed when officers in a helicopter were carrying out a search in the area as part of an unrelated kidnapping case.

They spotted the offensive symbol at the bottom of the academic’s pool in the wealthy municipality of Pomerode, in the southern state of Santa Catarina. A snap shows how the pool was emblazoned with the sickening flag of the German Reich – which has become a symbol of hate across the world since the Second World War. Pomerode has been dubbed the “most German city in Brazil” as the majority of its residents are of German descent – many of them fluent in their mother tongue. At the time it was first spotted, local cops decided not to take any action as the swastika was on private land and the owner could therefore not be accused of promoting Nazism.

However, the Brazilian Israelite Confederation complained about the lack of action prompting prosecutors to order the 58 year old to either remove the swastika or change the design. Officials have since confirmed they have closed the case after Pugliesi altered the design by joining up the swastika so it resembles a square with a cross through it. However, photos show that smaller tiles around the edge of the pool still depict a row of smaller swastikas.

They were flying overhead in a helicopter while probing a kidnapping case
The swastika in Wandercy Pugliesi's swimming pool was spotted by cops in Brazil

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