Avoiding the standard toe to toe with police on the official demonstration, small groups scoured the local area to look for the bone-headed foe. They didn't have to look too far, as a group of eight stepped straight on to a train carriage occupied by about twelve very serious anti-fascists.
The ensuing beating was a sight to behold, as was the image of anti-fascists have to physically stop nazis jumping from a fast moving train and killing themselves. After what was undoubtedly the longest train journey of their lives the fascists made their escape over the train tracks and into a suburban estate. Here they bumped in to another band of roving anti-fascists who drove the message- that nazis are not welcome in Hamburg- well and truly home.