Disgraceful moment: Anti-vaxxer parades through streets dressed as a Nazi death Camp inmate, holding a sign which compares Covid vaccine mandates and the Holocaust. He is then attacked by an outraged woman

  • An anti-vaxxer sparked outrage after staging a ‘disgusting’ protest Saturday
  • The man was dressed as a concentration camp victim in Melbourne’s CBD and stood in
  • He was holding a sign which compared Covid vaccine mandates with the holocaust 
  • The man was beaten by an indignant woman, who was then restrained and arrested by police 
  • Witnesses are furious that the woman received a reprimand, while the man was allowed to go. 

An outraged woman attacked an anti-vaxxer after he dressed up like a Nazi concentration Camp victim during a bizarre protest.

Shocked witnesses captured the man, standing at the corner of Flinders Street & Swanson Street in Melbourne CBD at 1.30pm on Saturday, holding a sign that compared Covid vaccine mandates with the holocaust. 

As he paced backwards chanting propaganda, the sign reading “History repeats” read. 

The blue-striped pyjama set he was wearing looked a lot like the uniforms of millions of Jews who were held in concentration camps across Europe during World War II. 

Two women approached the man and told him that he was an “absolute disgrace” for comparing himself with Holocaust survivors.

An anti-vaxxer has sparked outrage after dressing like a concentration camp victim to protest Covid-vaccine mandates in Melbourne (pictured)

After dressing up as a concentration camp victim to protest Covidvaccine mandates in Melbourne, an anti-vaxxer has caused outrage (pictured).

A group of young people then criticized him for drawing comparisons between his cause of extermination and that of millions. 

Dvir Abramovich – chairman of Australia’s leading civil rights organization – said that he spoke with the witness who filmed this. It was a Jewish woman in her 50s who has Holocaust survivors within her family.

“She and her friend approached this man and told them he was an ‘absolute shame’.  

Mr Abramovich said witnesses claimed Victoria Police watched on as the fracas took place, until matters escalated when a woman in her 40s attacked the man. 

“Police intervened to remove it.” [woman in her 40s]He said, “

“The police detained the Jewish woman and her friend and they asked why. They told them that he had the right to freedom speech.

Finally, a supervisor at police called for the individual to leave. 

Daily Mail Australia was informed by Victoria Police that they were unable to determine which officers were present at the scene and could not comment further. 

Mr Abramovich then issued a statement asking protesters to stop using “ugly techniques” to promote their cause.

He stated, “No, Victoria’s not Nazi Germany, and those opposed to the vaccination mandate or proposed pandemic law must stop with their ugly tactic.”

“Nothing in Australia compares to the atrocities committed on an industrial scale in Nazi Germany, and to suggest that Australia is on the road to Auschwitz would be absurd.

Several witnesses berated the man, calling him an 'absolute disgrace', before one woman physically assaulted him

Witnesses blasted the man calling him an “absolute disgrace” before one woman assaulted him.

“People can voice their disapproval with government policies, but they should not use the Holocaust to advance their cause.”

Hundreds of demonstrators swarmed outside outside the Victorian Parliament on Saturday to protest against vaccine mandates and the Andrews Government’s new proposed pandemic management bill.

Protesters shouted “Kill the Bill” and other anti-vaccine mandate messages.

One person was charged with damaging a police vehicle, but Victoria Police declared the protest peaceful.

The legislation passed the lower chamber on Thursday. It will give power to the premier to declare a Pandemic and extend it for 3 months or as long is necessary.

To pass the upper chamber, it will be necessary to support three crossbenchers.