Someone should have realized this was a bad idea.

You'd think the people who run the Auschwitz Memorial would have a process where every time they add a new feature, they ask themselves: Hang on, is this going to seem insensitive about the Holocaust?

Apparently, that's not the case, based on their new misting showers to cool down hot tourists waiting in line at the former Polish Nazi concentration camp [updated to more clearly reflect that the Nazis were the bad guys here], which is now a Holocaust museum. The showers are upsetting Israeli tourists who find them reminiscent of gas chambers used to kill Jews and others in large numbers during World War II. As one man told the Jerusalem Post: "All the Israelis felt this was very distasteful. Someone called it a 'Holocaust gimmick.'"

Sources: CNN