BBC News recently reported about a man who’s t-shirt slogan was deemed “offensive” and was told he would be hit with an £80 fine if caught wearing it in public again. The offending slogan read “Don’t piss me off! I am running out of places to hide the bodies” and was sported by Mr. David Pratt at his local bus stop. Asked whether he would wear the T-shirt again, Mr Pratt replied: “I am wearing it now. If I get a written apology I will wear it in the city centre again”


The incident has captured the minds of internet users, who are mostly outraged at the draconian measure imposed on what is clearly intended as a humorous t-shirt. If you ask me the only justification for a fine would be the poor production values on the t-shirt, Mr. Pratt clearly didn’t know that you can purchase printed t-shirts with any slogan (and I mean any) printed in a wide variety of fonts available for next day delivery.