Met Police deletes tweet of two battering rams after backlash over appeal to catch drug dealers

Met Police ridiculed for posting rude photo of two ‘inappropriately posed’ baton rams in bizarre tweet asking people to report their neighbours for drug-dealing

The safer neighbourhoods team for Borough and Bankside tweeted the imageA picture of two battering rams was posted in an appeal to catch drug dealersOne social media user questioned why the post ‘suggested sexual intercourse’Another described it as ‘inappropriate’,  prompting to ‘draw people to words’The Twitter account later deleted the photo, saying ‘no offence’ was intended  

A tweet from the Met Police of two battering rams in an appeal to catch drug dealers has been deleted after sparking online backlash. 

The safer neighbourhoods team for the Borough and Bankside area of London’s police service posted the image, captioned: ‘Would you like us to give your #DrugDealer #Neighbour an early morning wake up call? 

‘Tell us who they are, where they live & what they do! #Anonymous #CrimeStoppers call 0800555111 or direct via #MetPolice website.’

The safer neighbourhoods team for Borough and Bankside posted the image of two battering rams in an appeal to catch drug dealers. The image has since been deleted 

The safer neighbourhoods team for Borough and Bankside posted the image of two battering rams in an appeal to catch drug dealers. The image has since been deleted

The safer neighbourhoods team for Borough and Bankside posted the image of two battering rams in an appeal to catch drug dealers. The image has since been deleted



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