South Wales Police have warned people not to mock the hairstyle of a wanted drug dealer, or they could face prosecution.
However, despite the police warning this has fallen on deaf ears as some 90,000 comments have been left on their Facebook page and hundreds more on Twitter.
but whatever you do dont hurt his feelings by commenting on his appearance. Whoever writes the social media content in Gwent Police might arrest you. The state of British policing. ffs you couldnt make it up.
— Ken Simpson-Hay (@fusilier50) August 11, 2019
We asked South Wales Police whether their warning of “prosecution” means they will prosecute the many who have left comments. However, South Wales Police declined to comment.
We have found some of the hilarious tweets made against Taylo. One person wrote on social media, that his hair has been “pushed back more time than Brexit”.
Hair today, gone tomorrow.
— Q here for Justice. (@Edreyno29062766) August 12, 2019
Another wrote that the police should look at the Fringe Festival and Simon Shaw said, “have you tried combing the area to see if you can find him? ”
Did he pull up to the scene with his hairline missing? Or did that happen after?
— Russell Wiley 🇺🇸 (@russellwiley) August 11, 2019
Mocking Gwent Police or perhaps Taylor this Twitter user posted this GIF.
— Vic Sage (@18milesout757) August 11, 2019
Is that haircut the breach? Because that alone should be enough to get him sent back to jail. Don King had better hair. It's like a reverse Mohawk. At least if a bird needs a landing strip it has one right there.
— Nitz Walsh 🇨🇦🏳️🌈 (@NitzWalsh) August 12, 2019
Morty Coyle said, “Last seen sticking his head out the back window of a 747 in mid-flight.”
Last seen sticking his head out the back window of a 747 in mid-flight.
— J. Brewer (@JBrew0807) August 12, 2019
😂😂😂😂😂 That hairline!!!! pic.twitter.com/vDARkkqURz
— Iam The Duckman 🇦🇺 (@iamtheduckman) August 12, 2019
Danny asks Gwent Police, “was he in jail for that hairstyle?”
Police said that Taylor had breached his licence conditions since his release from prison in 2018., possibly because he needed a hair cut?
Cardiff Crown Court gave Taylor a three year sentence for supplying controlled drugs in 2017.