Swastika-Tattooed Man Charged After Police See Bizarre Incident On YouTube
A California man with a large swastika tattoo on his chest is facing a battery charge in northern Idaho after a video posted on YouTube titled “Crazy guy at Texas Roadhouse” was discovered by the police. The victim in the video remained calm during the bizarre encounter while the tattooed suspect attempted to provoke a fight.
The Coeur d’Alene Press reports that the police arrested 41-year-old Gary Edwin Dixon of Victorville, California, on Saturday after discovering the YouTube video posted on Wednesday.
In the video, the victim is seen being assaulted by a shirtless male suspect with a swastika tattoo on his chest while he is leaving the restaurant with his family. The victim’s wife took the video on her smartphone and uploaded to Youtube.
The police were not called in on the night of the incident.
Police located Dixon, of Victorville, California., who currently lives in Post Falls, and he was taken into custody and booked on charges of battery.
Although Dixon claims he has no ties to any gangs or white supremacy movement, that area has a history of white supremacy groups, and his swastika is rather telling.
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