A truck driver who was filmed abusing a cyclist has been identified as a neo-Nazi who has attended Reclaim Australia and United Patriots Front rallies. Glenn Anderson was photographed wearing a T-shirt with a Nazi swastika printed on it at a violent anti-Islam rally at Richmond Town Hall in May last year. His distinctive tattoos can be seen on both the cyclist’s footage and photos of Mr Anderson taken by Fairfax Media at the rally. They include an Iron Cross, a German military medal, and Scotland’s Flag of Andrews and England’s flag of St George on his left arm. United Patriots Front said the location of the Richmond rally was chosen as a symbolic target in a bid to “bring down” socialist City of Yarra councillor Steven Jolly. Cr Jolly said he was “shocked” when he read about a truck driver allegedly threatening to “smash” a cyclist in a story published by Fairfax Media on Monday.