Or the Thought Police might come for you, even if you did not write the offending email "A wealthy businessman was arrested at home in front of his wife and young son over an email which council officials deemed âoffensiveâ to gipsies â but which he had not even written. The email, concerning a planning appeal by a gipsy, included the phrase: âItâs the 'do as you likey' attitude that I am against.â Council staff believed the email was offensive because âlikeyâ rhymes with the derogatory term âpikeyâ. The 45-year-old IT boss was held in a police cell for four hours until it was established he had nothing to do with the email, which had been sent by one of his then workers, Paul Osmond. But police had taken his DNA and later confirmed they would be holding it indefinitely. The businessman, who has asked not to be named, was also fingerprinted in the police investigation estimated to have cost taxpayers up to Â£12,000." http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-1241994/Businessman-arrested-wife-son--anti-gipsy--email-didn-t-write.html But is is all OK because the CPS no doubt crapped themselves at the thought of this getting anywhere near a court so close to an election.