Nick Griffin banned from Twitter after threatening gay couple
THE Twitter account of BNP leader Nick Griffin has been suspended after he threatened a gay couple.The Far-Right politician caused outrage by tweeting the home address of Michael Black and John Morgan and telling them a "British Justice Team" was coming to get them.
His comments came after Black and Morgan won a court case against Christian B&B owners who refused to let them stay.
The court had ruled the couple suffered unlawful discrimination.
However, Griffin braded them "bullying gay activists" before tweeting their home address to his followers.
He then said the "team" would give them a "bit of drama" and remind them that an Englishman's home is his castle.
The vile tweets caused outrage on the social networking site, with users branding Griffin "despicable", "pathetic and "sick".
Another, @nwjerseyliz, told the right wing MEP he had been reported to Twitter for violations of privacy.