X owner Elon Musk went to Auschwitz with his 3-year-old boy on Monday.
Photos show Musk with his child, X Æ A-XII, on his shoulders.
Auschwitz recommends that children under 14-years-old not go on the tour.
Elon Musk visited Auschwitz on Monday — and he brought his kid with him.
Photos showed him attending with the right-wing media personality Ben Shapiro.
There aren't any other toddlers in photos, and it might not be too hard to figure out why.
Auschwitz is a solemn and harrowing place. From Auschwitz's website: "It is not recommended that children under 14 visit the Memorial."
Its rules also say that all visitors must behave with "due solemnity and respect."
It's unclear exactly what Musk and X did at the site beyond what we see in the photos.
One photo was taken in front of the infamous "Arbeit macht frei" sign at the site's entrance. A second looks like it was taken just inside the complex.
A BBC article said Musk undertook a "private visit" where he laid a wreath and took part in a memorial service. It didn't mention what X did beyond appearing in the photos.
He was invited to attend after apologizing for promoting an openly antisemitic post on his social network, formerly Twitter and now also called X.
Elsewhere at the site, the Auschwitz museum contains harrowing accounts of the mass killings there, and exhibits depicting the confiscated shoes and other possessions of the victims.
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