As with many of the stories which we share, one of our followers brought our attention to a twitter exchange that happened between a twitter user and @MPSIslington.
Following the Arsenal Vs Tottenham game, @rpaulon93 had tweeted:
“Covering them Y** C***s in red smoke is the best thing I’ve ever thought of doing..
“Same again for the league cup”
An eagle-eyed twitter user alerted @MPSIslington to the ‘confession’ but not before the buffoon who tweeted it tried to delete the highly offensive ‘communication’ aimed at Tottenham fans.
A tweet shared by @MPSIslington said:
“@rpaulon93 Mr Paulon, you appear to have deleted your tweet!
“You’ll be pleased to find a (redacted) copy attached.
“Still like to speak to you about it. Original offer stands.
“Sooner rather than later appreciated or we can arrange a home visit? Thx”.
The earlier tweet made by @MPSIslington said:
“We would very much like to meet to discuss this with you. Please contact us to arrange this, alternatively we can visit you at home? Please contact Met Police via 101 quoting reference 3623/07122018”.
Our heart goes out to Mr Paulon if the ‘best thing’ he has ‘ever thought of doing’ in the 25 years he has been on this planet, is throwing highly toxic smoke at a crowd of people.
Although something tells us that he probably won’t be able to ‘keep his promise’ about doing the same thing at the ‘league cup’.
At the time of writing this article, it is not known as to whether or not Mr Paulon has decided to accept the invitation from Islington Police to ‘meet up’.
Maybe he is scared of being covered in blue smoke rather than smoke of the red variety?
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