Man who made Nazi salutes and yelled ‘Sieg Heil’ on board train in Sheffield wanted

A man who made Nazi salutes and yelled at other passengers on board a train in Sheffield is wanted by the police.

Wednesday, 17th November 2021, 7:04 am

On October 16 after 8pm, the man boarded a train to Leeds at Sheffield station and got into an argument with another passenger before threatening to fight him, said British Transport Police.

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He then got up and shouted ‘Sieg Heil’ and saluted with his arm outstretched a number of times before alighting the at Meadowhall.

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British Transport Police has issued an appeal for information about a man who made Nazi salutes, yelled at other passengers onboard a train in Sheffield and shouted 'Sieg Heil'

While on the station’s platform, the man was challenged by a member of the public who he then pushed in the face before threatening to fight him too.

The man is described as white, slim, aged in his late 50s, around 6ft tall and had short, grey hair.

He was wearing black square glasses, a red and black scarf and a tan coat on the day of the incident.

Those with information can text 61016 or call 0800 405040 quoting reference 663 of 16/10/21.