Sorry! Your browser is not supported.
To view this site you can download a newer version of Internet Explorer.
Police in Wales have asked the public not to mock a wanted man after they posted a rather embarrassing photo of him on their Facebook page - but the world is not having a bar of it.
Last week Gwent Police posted an image of Jermaine Taylor from Newport who breached his licence conditions after being released from jail in December.
The 21-year-old's mug shot was posted along with an online appeal.
But instead of the public helping police locate the wanted man, they instead made fun of his receding hairline.
instead of ：取而代之
One person wrote: "Who done his hair? Moses?”
"Looks like his hairline is on the run too.”
However, following the comments, police have attempted to stop people mocking the suspect reminding commenters abusing people on social media is against the law.
"Please remember that harassing, threatening and abusing people on social media can be against the law.”
The photo has received more than 84,000 comments and been shared a whopping 14,000 times.
chinesenzherald.co.nz All Rights Reserved 版权所有