See that guy in the picture above? That’s Jermaine Taylor, Gwent police are looking for him to send him back to prison for breach of license release conditions. Originally imprisoned for “supplying controlled drugs” he’s clearly continues to be a naughty boy and the Welsh force can’t seem to find him at the moment so they reached out to social media.
Of course, this is the Internet and the first thing people noticed was Jermaine’s rather interesting hairstyle. The memes flooded in, the piss was taken, people were having a lot of fun with it. After all, he’s s drug dealer with a receding hairline he’s clearly struggling to embrace. All good, right? WRONG!
Gwent police, whose motto appears to be ” Protecting and Reassuring” decided enough was enough and they issued a warning to people having too much fun at the expense of the 21 year old fashion enthusiast.
“Please remember that harassing, threatening and abusing people on social media can be against the law,” Gwent Police warned Facebook users.
“Our advice is to be as careful on social media as you would in any other form of communication.
”If you say something about someone which is grossly offensive or is of an indecent, obscene or menacing character, then you could be investigated by the police.”
Come on now folks, enough is enough. How is it rude words on the Internet are more likely to get you a visit from the police than if you call to tell them your house has been burgled?
That’s right, they decided to warn people for making jokes. Never mind that “offence” is awfully subjective (just ask Count Dankula) let’s focus on what’s important. Let’s think about feelings, especially those of a drug dealing fugitive who’s follically inspired by the sadly departed Keith Flint.
So keep in mind, let’s be sensitive out there.