Following up on a weird little story from a while back, you might remember us talking about the trouble at the new Madame Tussauds in Berlin, when someone ripped the head off of the wax Adolph Hitler not ten minutes into the museum’s opening day. They later announced that they weren’t going to be put off by this and would have the decapitation fixed and the wax figure put back on display as soon as they could. Now it appears that the long process of reaffixing a head has been made and Wax Hitler is back on display. Though this time, despite limiting their opportunities for additional, free, decapitation-focused press, they’re playing it safe:
Madame Tussauds said the figure had been returned to a room featuring a mock bunker, where visitors could see the figure from behind glass windows, but not touch it.