‘Clearly drunk’ Louis Mann, 28, gave a Nazi salute amid a tirade of racist abuse. A passenger, who lost family to the Holocaust, said he was ‘shaken and upset’. Mann walked free from court but judge said he had ‘ entrenched racist views’ A drunk passenger who gave a Nazi salute and spouted a tirade of racist abuse on a plane in front of the family of a Holocaust victim today walked free from court. Louis Mann, 28, landed at John Lennon Airport, Merseyside, from Poland when he ignored seatbelt signs, stood up in the aisle and made vile salutes, Liverpool Crown Court was told. Zillah Williams, prosecuting, said during the Wizz Air flight from Warsaw on October 19, 2019, Mann was “clearly drunk” and repeatedly asked to sit down. “The flight was full and passengers reported that during the flight Mr Mann had to be repeatedly asked to sit down, to fasten his seatbelt and to refrain from making rude and offensive gestures.” Among the passengers was VWlodzimier Tych, a Polish national, who lost family members during the Holocaust.