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Ever said something you've regretted on the internet? Seen somebody make an arse of themselves? Know somebody who posts first and asks questions later? Dob them in to us, the internet police. (We last did this five years ago before Twitter, LinkedIn and Facebook really took off, so now's the time for an update)

Thanks to Benny Blanco from the Bronx for the suggestion

(, Thu 20 Jun 2013, 15:00)
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Two weeks ago
I found out that a now ex-friend just got banged up for five years for being a massive paedo. I'd seen him a few weeks before and had never had the slightest suspicion, naturally, else I'd never have been mates anyhow.

Apparently he was getting his jollies on webcam on some teenager chat website, grooming young girls, and got caught in a To Catch A Predator style sting.
His excuse?
Much like the Tory classic "some of my friends are black/gay/poor", he stuck with "I only downloaded this child porn for research purposes!"

His meltdown involved a giant Facebook rant and creating several mental rambling dummy accounts over his supposed girlfriend (with his five year old daughter) cheating on him, when apparently they'd been apart for over a year, because he had an insatiable habit for illegal flesh.
This was mere weeks before being thrown in the clink.

What a cunt. Pretty epic faux pas there. Just glad I don't have kids yet, had I not found out I'd have genuinely trusted him with them. Fucking scary stuff.

Apologies for lack of funnies..
(, Fri 21 Jun 2013, 13:02, 9 replies)
Child abuse is a faux pas?

(, Fri 21 Jun 2013, 14:00, closed)
an extreme one admittedly, but it fits the definition.
(, Fri 21 Jun 2013, 14:44, closed)
The real question here is what sort of person has nonce friends?

(, Fri 21 Jun 2013, 14:43, closed)
don't wear t-shirts saying "I love 'em pre-pubescent".
(, Fri 21 Jun 2013, 15:04, closed)
and what sort of person excuses a person who has nonce friends?

(, Fri 21 Jun 2013, 15:28, closed)
Follow the chain of association far enough and you'll find yourself.
(, Fri 21 Jun 2013, 15:30, closed)
He already did.
He's the sort of person who talks about nonce friends to people who have nonce friends.
(, Fri 21 Jun 2013, 15:56, closed)
Next time a homeless guy asks for a couple of quid for his "cup of tea", I'll be sure to first ask him if he likes them young.
If he shows even the slightest hesitation in his answer to the negative, I'll kick him to death and rob him of his meagre possessions, while the bystanders and police look on and applaud my actions.
(, Fri 21 Jun 2013, 16:31, closed)

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