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US bars friends over Twitter joke

The Sun: "TWO pals were barred from entering the US after innocent tweets joking about "destroying America" were picked up by the country's anti-terror cops."

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TVippy4494d ago

Nope, US should be ashamed.

SilentNegotiator4494d ago (Edited 4494d ago )

Making jokes that could be easily misconstrued to be about terrorism and digging up dead people on the internet right before entering the US? Sounds like a good idea. /s

Idiots.

And PLEASE, TheSun, if someone was caught making such comments before going to Britain, they would ABSOLUTELY be detained.

dazreah4494d ago

And they made no joke about terrorism learn to read, its slang for getting drunk/wasted as for the digging up dead people was a line taken from family guy.

SilentNegotiator4494d ago (Edited 4494d ago )

It doesn't matter, they should have been smart enough to realize how their comments could be misconstrued. I DID read the article.

If I said I was going to "end" Britain (let's say that was slang for getting wasted in that location, but only used in the states) and posted a quote from V for Vendetta (that regarded blowing up the parliament) without quotations, I wouldn't be shocked to get detained upon arrival at Britain.

dazreah4494d ago

And the US Officials need to understand that not everything means the same they should be smart enough or trained to see slang terms etc when sticky there noses in and reading peoples tweets etc.

Jihaad_cpt4494d ago

what about freedom of speech? Americans can be really silly sometimes.

JasonBloodbourne4494d ago

No they wouldn't we have a thing called humour over here matey and we don't take this bollox seriously! US Officials need too understand British slang!

SnakeCQC4494d ago

im confused as to how they found out about the tweet

Jihaad_cpt4494d ago

The US government monitor social networks because terrorist normally share their information on public open social networking sites /s

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