How did they Nazi this coming?
The headlining band at the Khyber that night was Murphy’s Law, led by front man Jimmy G, who formerly went by the moniker Jimmy Gestapo.
In an e-mail to the Daily News, Jimmy G confirmed that some guys had showed up to the concert in “full Nazi field dress.”
“And they did get their asses kicked,” he wrote. “Again.”
But after they exited the club, on 2nd Street near Chestnut, they were attacked by a group of up to 50 people, he said.
In the posting, he had described the men as tattooed with “Nazi-inspired symbols” and as wearing “camouflaged combat pants; woolen, WWII-era coats adorned with SS emblems and authentic Third Reich hats with Nazi insignias emblazoned atop them.”
He said the crowd kicked and punched the Nazi-wannabes and used weapons that included beer bottles and cue balls, although postings on other online- message boards describe the attack as more tame.