Shouters have joined forces to support Stuart Rodger, the man convicted and ordered to carry out 100 hours community service for shouting at PM David Cameron.
The shouting community has been angered at the treatment handed out to one of its own, and is determined to make its voice heard by re-shouting Mr Rodger’s cry of “NO IFS, NO BUTS, NO PUBLIC SECTOR CUTS”
The so called “I’M SHOUTICUS” campaign has attracted a lot of attention including support from celebrities such as Brian Blessed, David Pearce, KISS FM presenters and the bloke who does the Big Brother voice over.
But its not just celebrities getting involved, normal people are shouting too. Ranging from everyday shouters such as town criers and tramps, too much quieter sections of the community including librarians and horse whisperers.
“I’M SHOUTICUS” spokesman Dave Pattison told us “Shouting at politicians is a human right which must not be criminalised in this way. What’s next? No shouting at PMQs? Sam Cam jailed for giving David an earful after misplacing one of the kids? WHERE WILL IT END?”
A statement from the Procurator Fiscal read “This sentence sends a message loud and clear, shouting will not be tolerated, it ends here.” Before adding “Could I just give a shout out to my brother Pete?”