In the old fashioned sense. But in the new Wales one does have to be careful …
Newport shopkeeper told to remove ‘obey our laws’ T-shirt
9:08am Wednesday 29th May 2013 <HERE>ARREST THREAT: Matthew Taylor and the T-shirt police have forced him to remove from display
A NEWPORT shopkeeper has been forced by police to remove a T-shirt from his shop window because they felt it “could be seen to be inciting racial hatred.”
Matthew Taylor, 35, the owner of Taylor’s clothes store on Emlyn Walk in the city, printed up and displayed the T-shirt with the slogan: “Obey our laws, respect our beliefs or get out of our country” after Drummer Lee Rigby, 25, was killed in near Woolwich barracks in London last week.
But following a complaint from a member of the public, police came to his store and threatened to arrest him unless he removed the Tshirt from sight.