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A sick bully who pretended to befriend a disabled airport worker urged him to kill himself and branded him a 'disabled c***' online

"Mamie Darvall" (2020-07-25)


A sick bully who pretended to befriend a disabled airport worker urged him to kill himself and branded him a 'disabled c***' online.

The sickening attack came after Simon Bradley, 27, shared details of global neurological development delay - a condition he was born with - with a woman he followed on Instagram.

The condition means he has mental and physical disabilities, including a 'droopy' right eye.

The sick troll sent a 삼시 세끼 torrent of abuse to Simon, saying his face 'looks like a f****** battered potato'.

When he tried to laugh off the abuse, the troll repeatedly told Simon to take his own life. 

Simon Bradley, 27, was repeatedly told to kill himself by a woman he followed on Instagram 

Simon's sister later shared the messages on Facebook - but the sick troll screengrabbed it and shared it on her own Instagram story, with the caption: 'Pathetic f****** c*** man he's dead when I find him I swear to God.'

Simon's mother Joanne, 52, said: 'I'm absolutely devastated.

'As a parent, I don't think there's any worse heartbreak than seeing your children being tormented, abused, mocked, put down, made to feel insignificant and different.

Joanne Bradley, 52, said she was 'absolutely devastated' by the vile messages her son received online

The bully shared Simon's sister's post revealing the vile messages he had received - after repeatedly telling him to 'hill yourself' 

'Simon's been bullied and had things said about him all his life.

This has highlighted to me how vulnerable people are because they don't [all] report it.

'We turn a blind eye far too much to what goes on online. Mocking somebody because they are disabled or look different is not acceptable.

'If it was her child, how would she feel?

She has shown no remorse.' 

Simon's family say he was bullied throughout school and has since made friends online - but his mother says the 'very trusting' airport worker can be vulnerable to bullies who goad him on social media.

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