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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