Some halfwit who thought it 'clever' to post a piccy on FB of him burning a poppy feels plods wrath. The free speechers are out in droves saying Kent over reacted, They probably did, but, in this instance I don't fucking care. Hopefully, now he's been named, the little shit will be too scared to leave his house! Bouncebanana will be along shortly!!! Police have arrested a man after a picture of a burning poppy was posted on Facebook. From The Wail A man, named locally as Linney House, 19, was arrested on Remembrance Sunday after the image of a Royal British Legion paper poppy being held to a cigarette lighter was posted online. Underneath was written: 'How about that you squadey (sic) c****.' The image of a Royal British Legion paper poppy being held to a cigarette lighter was posted online on Sunday. Kent police confirmed that a 19 year old man, from Aylesham, was arrested on suspicion of 'malicious telecommunications' on Sunday and remains in custody. A picture believed to be Linney House, the man who is said to have been arrested, posted online. The words were superimposed by a third party The move has prompted a Twitter outcry with users criticising police for 'abusing civil liberties'. The Facebook profile for the user has now been removed. A Kent Police spokesman said officers would interview the man this morning. He said: 'A man is due to be interviewed by police this morning following reports that a picture of a burning poppy had been posted on a social media website. 'Officers were contacted at around 4pm yesterday (Sunday, 11 November 2012) and alerted to the picture, which was reportedly accompanied by an offensive comment. 'Following an investigation by Kent Police a 19-year-old Canterbury man was arrested on suspicion of an offence under the malicious communications act. He is currently in custody.' David Allen Green, a journalist and lawyer for the New Statesman, tweeting as Jack of Kent, wrote: 'Dear idiots at @kent_police, burning a poppy may be obnoxious, but it is not a criminal offence.''