George Floyd’s death mocked laughing British teens in sick photo

According to one report, two laughing teens sparked anger to mock George Floyd’s death and post it on Snapchat.

In the picture, one of the young people sitting on the neck of a second man with his knee knocked down, According to the Sun.

Both seem to be laughing in the image accompanied by the title “police brutality”.

One source said after seeing Sun shared with a university Facebook group, “Imagine you’re brave enough to post it on your Snapchat.

“Everyone is rightly angry … these people need to be named and embarrassed.”

A former classmate told the British newspaper that the couple – together with the friend who took the image – are “sick jokers” from the Cardinal Hume Catholic School at Gateshead, 18 and 19 years old.

“I thought that the man who took the photo screwed his head a little more, but not clearly because he shared it on social media,” he said inside.

The sick image appeared after it was shared on a Facebook page for new students attending Warwick University.

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The university spokesman insisted that no one in the photograph is affiliated with the university.

“They wouldn’t be welcome either,” said the spokesman. “This kind of behavior is against the principles of the university emphasizing treating others with respect.”

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