Berlin's Madame Tussauds museum to repair beheaded wax Hitler figure

Madame Tussauds said it will repair the wax figure of Adolf Hitler beheaded by a visitor over the weekend and return it to its new Berlin museum as soon as possible. The visitor pushed aside two museum employees, one of whom was guarding the display, to get to the figure and rip off its head on the new branch's opening day Saturday. Police arrested a 41-year-old Berlin man, who allegedly shouted "No more war!," on suspicion of damaging property and causing bodily harm. One of the museum employees was slightly injured. The presence of the Nazi dictator's likeness in the new museum led to criticism in German media over recent weeks, but the museum said Monday that Hitler's role in German history could not be denied.