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Wanted man, 34, is ridiculed for bizarre tattoos on his nose

What was he inking? Wanted man, 34, is ridiculed for bizarre tattoos on his nose and chin as police hunt suspect over death of 60-year-old

  • Frank Sonny Redman, 34, is being tracked by police after suspicious death 
  • Man, 60, that Redman knew was pronounced dead at a home in Uxbridge  
  • Twitter users ridiculed Redman for his uniquely-placed tattoos  

A wanted man being hunted by police has been mocked over his bizarre face tattoos.

Detectives are trying to track down Frank Sonny Redman, 34, following the suspicious death of a 60-year-old man he knew in Uxbridge on Sunday. 

Police issued a mugshot of the man but his nose and chin are covered in ink markings.  

One local said: ‘Can you arrest the tattoo artist next?’

Martin Sagar added: ‘Has he been looking through a gap in the fence?’ 

Detectives are trying to track down Frank Sonny Redman, 34, following the suspicious death of a 60-year-old that he knew in Uxbridge on Sunday

Police issued a mugshot of the man but his nose and chin are covered in ink markings

Jamie Butler joked: ‘Did he try and eat a sachet of balsamic vinegar?’

Jason Green quipped: ‘I have no idea how anyone is going to recognise such a generic-looking face.

‘It’s at times like these that you wish the suspect had some form of identifying mark.’ 

It comes two years after Gwent Police issued a warning social media users could be prosecuted for bullying after mocking a criminal’s appearance.  

Jamie Butler joked: ‘Did he try and eat a sachet of balsamic vinegar?’

Officers released a mugshot of Jermaine Taylor, 21, from Newport, south east Wales in 2019 as he was wanted on recall to prison.  

But their appeal for help in finding him was met with facetious comments, with many choosing to use the opportunity for a joke.  

But after the barrage of comments Gwent Police said: ‘Please remember that harassing, threatening and abusing people on social media can be against the law. 

‘Our advice is to be as careful on social media as you would in any other form of communication. 

Gwent Police released a mugshot of Jermaine Taylor (pictured), 21, from Newport, south east Wales two years ago as he wanted on recall to prison

But their appeal for help in finding him was met with facetious comments (above and below), with many choosing to use the opportunity for a joke

‘If you say something about someone which is grossly offensive or is of an indecent, obscene or menacing character, then you could be investigated by the police.’   

Officers launched the appeal for Redman after police were called to a home in Uxbridge on Sunday following reports of a man taken unwell at 5.35pm.  

The man, 60, who has not been named yet, was pronounced dead at the scene and his next of kin have been informed. 

After the barrage of comments Gwent Police warned bullies could be prosecuted 

The death is currently being treated as suspicious. A post-mortem examination held yesterday was inconclusive and officers await the results of further tests.

At this early stage, no arrests have been made.

While the cause of his death is yet to be confirmed, the circumstances are being investigated by detectives from the West Area Command Unit. 

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