Criminal's mugshot is mercilessly roasted because of how long his neck is
Now, I can't speak from experience, but I can only imagine that having your mugshot shared across social media is a pretty embarrassing ordeal. However, this criminal is quickly discovering that comments sections can be cruel places.
Shared to Facebook by the Humberside Police, the caption to the mugshot details how 23-year-old Harrison Davies was arrested and jailed for stealing £24,000 ($31,600 USD) from his own grandmother.
The northern England police department wrote: "A 23-year-old man has been jailed for two years after he defrauded an elderly family member out thousands of pounds and lied to police. Harrison Davies, of Stanley Street, Grimsby was sentenced at Grimsby Magistrates Court on Monday, 27 January."
This dumb criminal had the tables turned when the store clerk outsmarted him:
Davies successfully managed to use his grandmother's details to open bank accounts between November 2016 and November 2018 in order to buy good and pay for his drug habit. He was later caught by police attempting to steal another £1,000 ($1,320 USD).
However, if being locked up for two years wasn't bad enough for the fraudster, he is now being mercilessly trolled due to the length of his neck - with people comparing him to ET and a giraffe. Seriously, they didn't hold back...
Facebook user James Leebetter commented: "His [mom] has been knitting him a scarf since the cold winter of 2010."
Adam Needler wrote: "You're having a giraffe...... is what the midwife said to his [mom]."
Heather Malteser Walker joked: "When asked if this was out of character, his friends all said yes, he was such a good friend, he'd stick his neck out for anyone..."
John Guiseppe Mouatt commented: "At least he won't be running on the plains of Africa anymore, the rest of the Giraffes will feel at ease!"
And Martin W J Sanders commented: "I’d say get him hung for his crimes, but his feet would still be on the ground."
And finally, Claire Bateson took a shot at Davies' neck inking: "When the tattooist says you have to pay double for a neck tattoo so you just get a normal sized neck done!"
Per the Humberside Police, Detective Sergeant Ian Potter, from the Criminal Investigation Department, said: "Davies’ actions were absolutely deplorable. He preyed on a vulnerable victim, stealing money from her to spend on himself.
"I want to thank the victim for her cooperation throughout the investigative process. Protecting vulnerable people is one of our main priorities and we are committed to bring anyone that targets those members of our community to justice.
"I am pleased he is now behind bars and I would encourage anyone who believes they may have been a victim of this type of offence to please get in touch."