Mandy Rice-Davies provides a lesson in how to behave on Twitter
A misguided tweet cost Sally Bercow, the wife of the Speaker of the House of Commons, an estimated £100,000. Yesterday, when Mandy Rice-Davies, famous for her role in the Profumo scandal, took to Twitter to attack me in the wake of an article I published about George Galloway, Ms Bercow again came to mind.
Ms Davies, if indeed it is the former model and showgirl, tweets as @AnonVote1 and on Twitter her handle states:
“I don’t wish the same death and destruction on Israel as they have done to palestine, but I wish they would be punished by the ICC for their actions… I’m always with Palestine”.
Rice-Davies sent the following to The Steeple Times Twitter account:
“I’ve never heard of The Steeple Times let alone the one sided narrative opined by its author”.
When criticised, she simply responded:
“Oh f**k off you complete c**k”.
My answer was simple. I tweeted: “Charming words for a ‘lady’ of your type”.
Mandy Rice-Davies would do well to think before she tweets: The Profumo affair got her into a lot of hot water; her tweet simply left me thinking “Well she would say that, wouldn’t she?”
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Think before you blink……I agree, we must be careful what we say, it could be offensive to others…..I think Mandy lived in Israel? It is inappropriate for her use the word cock…..I guess, she does not know any better.