Crowd CHEERS as Germany migrant hostel is burned out - and even try to stop firefighters battling the blaze
Cops claim onlookers tried to prevent firefighters from tackling the blaze.
Officers said members of the crowd took "unashamed delight" in watching the fire.
Two drunken men were arrested after they refused to leave the scene, the BBC reports.
The converted hotel was supposed to house 300 migrants.
The latest incident comes just days after protesters in Clausnitz - also in Saxony - blocked a bus taking migrants to accommodation in the town.
The protesters a reporter to have chanted the slogan , "We are the people", which was used in 1989 during the peaceful uprising which led to the fall of the Berlin Wall.