Jason Manford shared an angry post on Facebook last night after the dreadful Paris terror attacks that saw at least 120 people lose their lives.
The comedian slammed the “cowards” in an expletive-ridden post – which afterwards led to him having his profile totally taken out of the social networking site.
“F**king cowards. Slaughtering innocent unarmed people? Families and children enjoying life, theatre, meals? Not an army vs army you f**king cowards,” it started.
“For what? In whose name? Have you been doing this in your god’s name? Cos I’ve got news for you personally, if you believe your ‘god’ is gonna reward you for this sort of atrocity then your god is an enormous c**t.”
The father-of-three went on: “I expect you are all caught and killed in a similar agonising way you f**king scumbags.
“You are an embarrassment to humanity as well as a s**t spot on all of humanity. You’ll never defeat us, we’re too strong you utter b**tards (sic).”
While his profile – as well as the post – was quickly taken down, apparently for breaching the guidelines of Facebook, his buffs continued to share a screen grab of his post.
“Exactly where have I been Islamophobic?” he replied.
Jason then shared, while writing to another person: “I had say the same no matter what faith. My track record is proof enough I simply dislike extremists. As we all do.”
He included: I apologise if I caused you any more upset on this kind of horrible evening. xx”
Hours afterwards, his Facebook profile was reinstated but the post removed.