Internet troll cautioned over internet messages

A 21-year-old has been cautioned for internet trolling and cannot be named.

However, the MP for Burton, Andrew Griffiths, is questioning whether the punishment for internet trolls is strong enough after the abuse of a mother whose son died in a moped crash in this particular case.

Jordan and Bridget Agar.
Jordan and Bridget Agar. Credit: Caters News Agency

Sixteen-year-old Jordan Agar's mother Bridget received messages from a fake Facebook page set up in her son's name with messages such as "don't worry Mum I am not dead I just ran away".

Read more: Five celebrities who have been victims of web trolls

Bridget Agar holding a picture of Jordan.
Bridget Agar holding a picture of Jordan. Credit: Caters News Agency

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Parliament discusses web trolls

A woman from Staffordshire who was targeted by internet trolls after her 16-year-old son died in a moped accident, was angry after her tormentor received just a caution by police. But she is pleased her case has now been raised in parliament.