Should the Cleveland Indians have removed the shirtless man with swastika tattoos?

CLEVELAND, OH (WOIO) - A Twitter user who said he was at the Cleveland Indians game on Sunday posted two pictures of a man with his shirt off revealing tattoos with swastikas.

The Twitter user, Martin Gecovich, has since either deleted his account and changed the handle name after the post received a lot of attention and continues to generate a lot of discussion.

Cleveland 19 spoke with the man who posted the pictures and he did not want to comment. The situation was reportedly resolved after the Indians moved the man who complained. We reached out to the Cleveland Indians and they told us they had no comment.

The organization has rules for fan behavior:

"Abusive or inappropriate language or conduct deemed disorderly, unruly or disruptive including inappropriate dress may constitute grounds for ejection. The solicitation of contributions and/or the distribution of literature at Progressive Field is prohibited."

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