A young Israeli man was reportedly arrested Wednesday after a tour guide caught him urinating at a memorial to the victims of a Nazi death camp in Poland.
Polish authorities said the man admitted to the act and he was released. The man was fined $1,500, according to the Daily News.
Authorities did not give a motive.
Pawel Sawicki, a spokesman for the memorial, told Gazeta Krakowska that he couldn’t remember a similar incident taking place.
A group of anti-war activists last year slaughtered a sheep, stripped naked and chained themselves to the gate of the memorial, according to Haaretz. The group reportedly received a prison sentence for the act.