Three men have been charged after allegedly performing a Nazi salute outside the Sydney Jewish Museum. The men were arrested after police were called to the museum in Darlinghurst just after midday and taken to Kings Cross Police Station. The men, aged 30, 31, and 40, have now each been charged with behaving in an offensive manner in a public place and knowingly displaying by public act a Nazi symbol without excuse. All three were released on conditional bail to appear in Downing Centre Local Court on October 31. A museum spokesperson said there was no ongoing danger to any of its staff. “At no time was anyone at the Museum in danger, and the Museum is thankful for the ongoing support of its security contractors and the local police monitoring the site at all times,” the spokesperson said. “The Sydney Jewish Museum remains a safe place for all volunteers, Holocaust survivors and visitors.”

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