Australian worker sacked over Hitler parody video has win in federal court

The BP technician privately shared a Downfall meme to parody heated pay negotiations

A BP worker who was sacked after privately sharing a version of a Hitler parody video during pay negotiations has had a win in the federal court.

The Downfall meme format has been widely circulating on the internet for more than a decade, with users adding their own subtitles to a clip from the 2004 German film Downfall, showing a highly agitated Adolf Hitler in his bunker screaming at his military commanders in the final days of the war.

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