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Police order Prince Harry to ‘stop slagging off’ Will and Charles

Police have given their two pence on the ongoing row between Prince Harry and Buckingham Palace.

As the battle between brothers Harry and William continued to rage the Bromsgrove Police Safer Neighbourhoods team has made clear its thoughts on the saga.

The force made its no-nonsense comment in response to a clip on Twitter of Prince Harry saying in a BBC interview: “I would like to get my father back, I would like to have my brother back.”

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Mincing no words, the Bromsgrove Police Safer Neighbourhoods official Twitter account responded: “Maybe stop slagging them off??”

To no surprise, the Tweet was taken down hastily after it was posted on January 3 at 10:58pm.

Despise the speedy axing, the good people of Twitter were faster still, liking and retweeting the post thousands of times.

Also unsurprisingly, the post was a source of great debate between internet users, with some having a go at the coppers saying they should instead focus on "catching criminals".

Others were more complimentary of the move.

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“Fair play to police for saying exactly what everyone in Britain is thinking. Shut your gob Harold!” said one user.

Another said: “When the Bromsgrove Neighbourhood beat bobbies are sick of your whinging, you know you’ve gone too far Harry!”

A third wrote: “Harry should get back to being the dimwit we all knew and tolerated while police should get back to failing to investigate burglaries and muggings.”

A fourth chipped in: “Maybe cops should spend more time catching criminals than trolling over-privileged poshos trying to flog a crap book?”

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In a Tweet, West Mercia Police have since released a statement condemning the post.

It said the move was “in error” and was “unprofessional”.

The force commented: “We’re aware of a tweet which was sent in error from a force account this morning.

“While this was unprofessional and is not what we expect from our officers, we are satisfied that this was a genuine mistake and no further action will be taken.”


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