Berlin: The social media is a way for people across the world, engaged in any occupation, to portray their talent for everyone to see, and several artists have been reaching out to other users through Facebook.
But a drug dealer in Germany landed in a soup when his neo-Nazi sentiments were exposed from images of Hitler images scorched on toasts that he made. This was a violation of Germany’s stringer post-war regulations against display of Nazi imagery, and prompted the police to track him down.
When police raided Sven Pohl residence, they unearthed a massive drug trafficking racket as he was found dealing in cannabis and crystal meth. He will now be charged with heavy drug trafficking and the Hitler on toast case as well.
Pohl was previously imprisoned for violence and took to dealing drugs after coming out of jail.