WWE left red faced again with 'Hitler salutes and KKK images' appearing on Thunderdome by fans on Monday Night RAW

WWE viewers were left shocked once again after another image of a Klu Klux Klan rally was displayed on Monday Night Raw.

Vince McMahon's company were forced to issue a statement last week after an image of a man in a KKK hood was on a ringside screen.

WWE have already vowed to make wholesale changes after the debuted its new virtual fan wall has been marred with a series of sick stunts.

A photo of the late, disgraced WWE star Chris Benoit has previously been shown on the ThunderDome set.

And now more hateful imagery has been captured, with a Hitler salute and more KKK outfits briefly visible during the match between Dolph Ziggler and Keith Lee on Raw.

A WWE statement has previously been issued to identify and ban the culprits.

It read: "This abhorrent behaviour does not reflect WWE‘s values and we have zero tolerance for these unacceptable acts.

"We are working to ban those involved from future events and per our policies, any inappropriate actions result in the removal from the live stream." 

WWE have been forced to run shows from its Performance Centre in Florida for months without fans due to the coronavirus pandemic.

That led them to introduce a virtual fan wall to help with the atmosphere.

And fans who have gained the trust of WWE will be displayed on the lower bowl in the arena at ringside while those who are not as well known will be placed higher up.

Wrestling Observer Live’s Bryan Alvarez claims he has been informed about the switch.

He reported: “Yes, we are having a problem with things on the screens which by the way I’ve been told that they are going to be making some changes.

“I don’t know this for sure, but the impression I get is that when they’ve been doing this for a while they’ll find some fans who will obey the rules no matter what.”

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