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Infamous beach where woman flashed swastika bum tattoo is now ‘animal cemetery’

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    A beach where a woman left sunseekers hoffified with a swastika tattoo on her bum and Hitler's portrait on her hand – has now become a "garbage dump and animal cemetery."

    "Jaws dropped" as the heavily tattooed woman was spotted on a beach in the Black Sea resort city of Odesa, Ukraine in 2021.

    But now the beauty spot has been closed off after filthy waters from the collapsed Russia-controlled Nova Kakhovka dam washed downstream, destroying villages and cutting off power and clean water supplies.

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    Ukrainian authorities say the aftermath has turned Odesa's coastline into a "garbage dump and animal cemetery."

    Odesa’s stretch of sandy beaches and holiday resorts were once popular with Ukrainian and foreign holidaymakers before Russia's invasion – but now they've been abandoned as mines continue to wash on the shoreline.

    The imfamous beach hit the headlines when pictured of the unnamed woman were anonymously posted online.

    She could be seen walking among parasols in a blue swim thong and red top with some pictures showing her from behind with a big swastika inked on her right buttock.

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    A portrait of Adolf Hitler was seen to be etched on the skin of her right hand.

    ''Like everyone else, my jaw dropped when I saw the girl’s choice of inks," an onlooker said.

    According to witnesses, the tattooed woman had to leave the beach quite soon after her arrival as other beachgoers began to express disapproval at the images.

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    One said: 'If she wanted to draw attention to her bum, she succeeded.''

    The propaganda of Nazism and Nazi symbols is prohibited and regarded as a criminal offence that carries a maximum punishment of five years in prison in Ukraine.

    Police did not comment on the incident on July 12, 2021, but it was condemned by people online.

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