PIC: Man arrested after wearing deeply offensive t-shirt mocking Hillsborough tragedy 6 years ago

PIC: Man arrested after wearing deeply offensive t-shirt mocking Hillsborough tragedy

No less than he deserves.

A man by the name of Paul Grange has been arrested after he was photographed wearing a vile t-shirt mocking the victims of the Hillsborough disaster.

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Liverpool fans had originally taken a minor form of revenge on the man by ordering a whole load of Lilt to be delivered to his address (which had been revealed online).

Grange, however, faces much more serious consequences for his disgusting behaviour. The man, aged 50 and from Worcester, has been charged with display of threatening and abusive sign and writing, likely to cause harassment, alarm or distress.

The man's t-shirt was emblazoned with a message that said the Hillsborough tragedy, in which 96 people died, was God's way of helping Rentokill - a pest control company.

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