Clown Craze Spreads To UK



Okay, we all remember Stephen King’s;  Pennywise Right! Well apparently he has been seen in and around the UK over the last few week’s and its scaring everyone.

People around the UK have reported a series of sightings of people dressed as clowns frightening children, with six separate reports of ‘Clown Incidents’ Between England, Wales & Scotland alone.

So what’s the script? Well, obviously they think this is some kind of game and although we can laugh about it, it’s now getting just a little too bazaar.

I myself wonder just how long it will be before these individuals actually harm someone? I think it has gone beyond PRANKING people, when it comes to scaring kid’s.

My worry is this coming ‘Halloween’ What should be a fun time for communities to gather together I’m afraid will turn into something else and that scares me.

According to the Guardian; 7 October 2016

One of the most dramatic occurred on Friday morning when a masked man carrying a knife jumped out in front of a group of 11 & 12 year olds and followed them to school in County Durham. The pupils were left distressed but unhurt by the clown, who was wearing grey track suit bottoms, red shoes and a multicoloured top.

Other sightings have taken place in Liverpool – Caernarfon, North Wales & clown sightings have also been reported near to schools in Ayr, Scotland

This is no longer a joke, and I think these people need to understand they are scaring the living daylights out of people and NO IT’S NOT COOL…

This is what Northumbria Police said on Facebook today.


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