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German subjected to Nazi salutes

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    Rupertinger v Delphi Packard Electrical Systems Ltd [1997] IT/1301379/96 (0 other reports)

A German employee who was subjected to Nazi salutes over a four-month period beginning with Euro '96, was unlawfully discriminated against on grounds of race, holds a Birmingham industrial tribunal (Chair: A J McCarry) in Rupertinger v Delphi Packard Electrical Systems Ltd.

Klaus Rupertinger, who is of German origin, began work as a storesman with Delphi Packard Electrical Systems in March 1996. Around April/May, swastika stickers appeared on the computer in Mr Rupertinger's department.