Big Brother star Josie Gibson says paedophiles should be tattooed on their FACE (but what about her drug-dealing mother on the run from police for 12 years?)
Big Brother ‘star’ Josie Gibson, whose grandmother was arrested after 12 years on the run for drug dealing, has sparked controversy by calling for paedophiles to be branded with tattoos — on their FACE.
Reality star Josie, 28, made the sick comment on Twitter after it was revealed a young offenders’ institute near her childhood home will be turned into a prison for sex offenders.
Josie, from Yate, near Bristol, tweeted: “A prison for sex offenders is to open where my little sisters live. If you could tattoo there foreheads upon release that would b great thnx”
The message was favourited and retweeted more than a hundred times.
Angry locals living in Pucklechurch, Bristol, are lobbying to stop Ashfield Young Offenders Institute becoming a prison for male sex offenders.
Prison authorities have confirmed that the first adult male sex offenders will arrive at Ashfield Prison in Pucklechurch in July.
Last week Josie’s grandmother, 72-year-old Diane Gibson, was finally collared by cops after being dubbed ‘Britain’s most wanted granny’.
She went on the run to dodge punishment after being convicted of intent to supply 3kg of cocaine, with a street value of £240,000.