Online Bookies Apologises For Joke About Vardy In Reference To Holocaust

17 March 2016, 11:34

Jamie Vardy at England presser

An online bookies has apologised for making a joke about Leicester City striker Jamie Vardy in reference to the Holocaust.

An online bookies has apologised for making a joke about Leicester City striker Jamie Vardy in reference to the Holocaust.

Loads of people responded angrily to Fruity King's post on Twitter this week.

The company says it wasn't meant to cause any offence - and has removed the post. 

A Fruity King spokesman spoke to Capital with this response:

"We apologise for any offence caused"

"Obviously the intention was to entertain and certainly not to offend anyone.
We send out hundreds of Tweets, some people find amusing, some not so amusing. It was a joke, and no offense was meant. The tweet has now been removed."

 

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