"While you're at it, arrest your hairdresser": The police have to defend a wanted man after he's ridiculed his HAIRCUT on social media
- A wanted man was ridiculed online for his bowl cut and tall pony
- Humberside police have posted a mug shot of Emilio Romana on social media
- They want to talk to him in connection with a burglary in Kingston upon Hull
- Within hours, the photo attracted at least 400 Facebook comments that made fun of Romana's haircut
Joseph's Laws for Mailonline
The police were forced to defend a wanted man – after being mocked online for his haircut.
Humberside police would like to speak with Emilio Romana in connection with a break-in at Willerby, Kingston upon Hull on 6 February.
Mr Romana's Mugshot has been uploaded to Twitter and Facebook and has attracted at least 400 Facebook comments within hours – about his bowl cut and the high fringes.
One user mockingly wrote about Emilio Romana's mug shot photograph (above): "He was probably sitting at home, watching Sky with the fantastic satellite connection he gets from those ears." Given the comments, the police had to intervene and ask people to be "respectful."
One called on the police: "While you're at it, please arrest your barber."
Hundreds of users have since made fun of Romana's haircut – he even commented on his ears and called him "Dumbo".
In a reply to the police, a user wrote: "Please find him before further violations", while another asked the question: "Who cut his hair? … the Council!"
Another mockingly said, "Probably sitting at home watching Sky with the fantastic satellite connection he gets from those ears."
Others included: "What was he trying to steal, the rest of his haircut?" and "Short back & what is that?"
In just three days, the Post received 649 comments and over 1,300 shares.
The Twittersphere was also full of jibes and taunts when the mug shot hit people's news feeds.
One person wrote: "Did you try to search in 2001?"
Another tweeted, "While you're at it, please arrest your barber."
Mr Romana's Mugshot has been uploaded to Twitter and Facebook and has attracted at least 400 Facebook comments within hours – beyond his high-cut edge. Humberside police want to speak to him on February 6 in connection with a break-in in Willerby, Kingston upon Hull [File photo]
Given the comments, the police had to intervene and ask people to be "respectful."
They wrote, "While we encourage participation in our posts, we respect them respectfully. If you have information that might help, call us. Thank you. & # 39;
Some Facebook users agreed with the request of the police with a post: "Can we have a few reasonable comments, because if he is suspected of a home theft, then comments of the police really do not help."
And another comment: "Great, Humberside loves the fantastic and informative response they receive from a certain part of the unthinking masses."
Humberside police still want to talk to Mr. Romana and have asked everyone to contact him.