While a shy teacher (Moritz Bleibtreu) travels to meet the woman he loves, he picks up a hitchhiker (Christiane Paul) who has feelings for him.
"He should be hung, drawn and quartered!"
"Go Back To your country!"
Others were much, much worse. It dawned on him that he was The Target of a campaign that accused him of torching The Flag at The Cenotaph , The Memorial to Britain's war dead on Whitehall in Central London .
It was a case of Mistaken Identity - obviously, those who made the effort, even The Most superficial examination. For one thing, the photos and news reports do not identify the person, the rose on The Memorial as A Man , But as A Woman .Mistaken Identity
The 23-year-old Londoner is a new graduate, works as a tutor and see if we are a sustainable fashion brand.
And so, on Wednesday, the 3. In June, he joined in a peaceful anti-racism Protest in London. He pulled out a red, white and blue anorak and went out into the drizzle with a couple of friends, and wear A Sign that said: "The UK invented racism".
they marched and sang, and a few hours later, wet and cold, Momo returned home.
Although large and mostly peaceful, they were marred the evening will consist of a smaller, more violent group. the police said, following similar scenes of The Day before.
The Cenotaph flag incident occurred in The Middle of the melee. Images and news reports clearly show that the person up on the pedestal of The Memorial . As Momo Three Days before, she was wearing a red, white and blue anorak.A protester at The Memorial on Sunday, may 7. June, four days after Momo attended protests in Central London
This is where the similarity ends, however. Momo bears little resemblance to The Woman picture at The Monument . You have different forms of face and build, and if you look closely, the patterns on their anoraks is significantly different.
But it is apparently filling up the online mob is one thing they have in common: they are both black.
Momo is not in a panic, until his brother noticed a certain viral tweet. Momo ' s image was shared by a Twitter account, @Nathan Britain, which has been recently dedicated to the news, the Lives against The Black matter of the demonstrators and the support of U.S. President Donald Trump .
even Though the account was not huge, thousands of people have retweeted and commented on. The answers were littered with racist insults.
In a statement, Twitter told the Bbc News : "users may not promote violence, threaten or harass Other People on the basis of race, ethnicity, or other protected groups. "But The Company also said that the tweet by @Nathan is Britain in breach of its rules.
The man behind @Nathan Britain will not respond to attempts to contact you, for the comment.
From Twitter, Momo's picture was shared in other places, including on Facebook and Reddit. In a group, the poster explains: "we make this motherfucker famous". The post went on at 1,500 shares and hundreds of comments before Facebook removed it along with another repetition of the false claim.
A Facebook spokesman said: "We will not tolerate Abuse , bullying or harassment, which on our platforms, and we encourage victims to report due to this behavior, so that we can act immediately. "
The Abuse to continue, But Momo says that he is not to remove the original photo - The One of him in a peaceful Protest of his Social Media accounts. He has family and friends, contributions to the false claim, and says he was surprised by the Abuse .
"saturated with So many friends alert me and said: 'Can you believe this happened?' Trust Me , I can't believe it," he says. "As a black man, I'm so used to hear and see these types of comments.
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