There has been fury from a civil-rights group after a Melbourne P-plater was snapped displaying the Nazi swastika while driving over a busy bridge. A leading civil rights organisation has responded with outrage after a Melbourne P-plater was snapped brazenly displaying the Nazi swastika while driving across the West Gate Bridge. Another shocked driver spotted the large swastika in the rear window of a VW Golf in front of him as the probationary driver was crossing the bridge outbound on Christmas Eve morning. The witness, who did not want to be named, said he became so enraged that he began yelling in anger at the car in front of him. He said the P-plate driver brazenly displaying the Nazi symbol was a heavily built man who appeared to be aged in his 20s.