The sun names the sick and twisted freak behind the taunts of the Facebook page set up to taunt the parents of missing Madeleine McCann. Well done Facebook for removing the page, you don’t usually.
Tims, 17, set up a vile Facebook page from his bedroom — then laughed at the outrage it sparked online.
But Facebook chiefs have now DELETED the page after The Sun highlighted the case as part of our Target a Troll campaign.
And Tims has been DUMPED by a string of pals disgusted at his actions.
The part-time shop worker boasted that his taunts “made the front page of The Sun” after we told this week how his actions had caused misery. But when The Sun confronted him yesterday and asked him to talk about it, Tims lost his bottle. He said: “I don’t think that would be a good idea.”
Tims, who lives with his parents near Canterbury, Kent, set up a Facebook page called “If I get 1 million likes I’ll let Maddie go”. The page heaped abuse on her parents Gerry and Kate, who are still searching for their daughter more than four years after she disappeared from their rented holiday flat in Portugal.
Shameless Tims bragged to online pals about his creation and even fished for compliments, asking, “hahaha did you like the page?” But one disgusted schoolmate said yesterday: “He’s just a waster who isn’t bothered about the heartache he’s caused Maddie’s family. Read full article
What do you think should happen to these sick internet trolls?