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Devon and Cornwall police mocked gender-neutral tomatoes


Police ridiculed the gender-neutral tomato: Hundreds of people fail to see the funny side of the lively joke of violence

  • Devon & Cornwall Police tweeted a clip as part of a hate crime awareness campaign
  • It shows the ordeal of a "non-binary" tomato during an evening in the salad bar
  • Over 1,400 who have watched 80-second videos don't seem amused

It was meant to be a joke about fruits and vegetables – but brought the police a virtual hail of rotten tomatoes.

"A tomato walks into a bar but goes red-faced because it doesn't want to identify itself as a fruit or vegetable," is the subject of a serious cartoon used to combat discrimination.

Unfortunately, few of those who have seen the 80 second video seem to have seen the funny side – more than 1,400 put it in.

The clip, posted on Twitter by Devon and the Cornish Police as part of a hate crime awareness campaign, shows the ordeal of a "non-binary" tomato during an evening in the Salad Bar. It is shown as it is done by a Broccoli bouncer being mocked at the door because no fruit or vegetable gender is indicated on his ID card

Once inside, it cannot choose between toilets labeled "fruit" and "vegetables". Few of those who have seen the 80-second video seem to have seen the funny side - more than 1,400 put it in

Once inside, it cannot choose between toilets labeled "fruit" and "vegetables". Few of those who have seen the 80 second video seem to have seen the fun side – more than 1,400 put it in

The clip, posted on Twitter by Devon and the Cornish Police as part of a hate crime awareness campaign, shows the ordeal of a “non-binary” tomato during an evening at the salad bar.

It is shown being mocked at the door by a broccoli bouncer for not having a fruit or vegetable gender on its identity card.

Once inside, it can't choose between toilets labeled "Fruits" and "Vegetables" and then sees a graffiti spraying lemon saying, "Tomatoes are not fruit."

Later in the clip, the tomato sees a lemon spray graffiti that says, "Tomatoes are not fruit." Former officer Harry Miller of the Fair Cop campaign group said, “It's more than absurd. Therefore the public loses respect for the police.

Later in the clip, the tomato sees a lemon spray graffiti that says, "Tomatoes are not fruit." Former officer Harry Miller of the Fair Cop campaign group said, “It's more than absurd. Therefore the public loses respect for the police.

When they call the police, a blueberry officer with a rainbow badge on his helmet assures that "reporting makes a difference".

Former officer Harry Miller of the Fair Cop campaign group said, “It's more than absurd. Therefore, the public loses respect for the police.

“The police can't say they don't have time to take part in break-ins and at the same time stand up for the rights of tomatoes. They serve a lively political agenda. & # 39;

The troop said that no public money was spent on the student-made video and that it received positive feedback from the LGBTQ + community.

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