This man was photographed wearing the shirt, which had the words “Hillsborough – Gods way of helping Rentokill” (sic) emblazoned across the back.
Shortly afterwards, both the photograph and his address appeared on the social media, and the festivities began.
According to a recent Facebook post, Paul Grange has received – let’s call them – gifts including, among other things, takeaway meals delivered in the early hours of the morning, visits from clowns, male escorts and a Stevie Wonder lookalike, cement mixers and cranes booked in his name, 50 bags of manure, 600 Viagra pills, more than £100 worth of Lilt, and a visit from the police.
He has also been barred from his local pub, which one presumes is where the photograph was taken.
While these actions are not to be applauded (apart from the arrest), one can sympathise entirely with the outrage that prompted them.
A man has been charged with a public order offence in relation to an offensive Hillsborough T-Shirt.
Paul Grange, 50, from Worcester, was charged today with a Section 5 Public Order Offence relating to the display of threatening and abusive sign and writing, likely to cause harassment, alarm or distress.
He has been released on bail to appear at Worcester Magistrates’ Court on a date in July.
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