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”

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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.