Buzz·Posted on 18 Nov 2014German Town Plays Brilliant Prank On Neo-Nazis During Annual MarchThe event turned into the country's most "involuntary walkathon".by Richard JamesBuzzFeed News Reporter, UKFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink On 15 November, a group of neo-Nazis carried out their annual march through the town of Wunsiedel in east Germany. Rechts gegen Rechts / Via youtube.com The event attracts hundreds of people to the site where Rudolf Hess, Adolf Hitler’s deputy, was buried until 2011. Rechts gegen Rechts / Via youtube.com The inhabitants of Wunsiedel had previously watched the march from a distance, the Washington Post reported, but this year decided they'd had enough and took action in the most brilliant way. Rechts gegen Rechts / Via youtube.com The town turned the funeral march into “Germany’s most involuntary walkathon”. Rechts gegen Rechts / Via youtube.com Without the neo-Nazis’ knowledge, an initiative called Rechts gegen Rechts, Rights against Rights, created a scheme whereby for every metre the neo-Nazis walked, local residents and businesses would donate €10 to a programme aimed at making it easier for people to leave extreme right-wing groups. For every step they took, the neo-Nazis were effectively campaigning against neo-Nazis and financing more defections. Rechts gegen Rechts / Via youtube.com The route of the march was lined with motivational posters, encouraging the group to keep on raising more money. Rechts gegen Rechts / Via youtube.com There was even markings on the road, showing the neo-Nazis how much money they had raised. Rechts gegen Rechts / Via youtube.com By the end of the march, the far-right supporters reportedly raised €10,000 for the EXIT Germany scheme. Rechts gegen Rechts / Via youtube.com Rechts gegen Rechts filmed this video from the day: View this video on YouTube youtube.com The initiative also collated tweets and pictures from the event.