Indian Restaurant Out of Luck with Nazi Theme
STEVE INSKEEP, host:
There's a new restaurant in Bombay, India: Hitler's Cross. The Nazi-themed restaurant outraged the Jewish community and the owner now claims he was just trying to attract attention. To many Indians, the Nazi swastika is better known as an ancient symbol of good luck. Then there's the rare species of beetle that was named after Hitler in the 1930s. Neo-Nazis have been collecting so many that the Hilter beetle is now endanger of becoming extinct.
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