On Friday night, the internet went wild over a Twitter post by one of the people behind the #troubleswiththetears hashtag, @therosatis.
The post was about the recent controversy surrounding a recent torch light show in the UK.
According to the post, “A local man came to us asking us for advice about a local fire.
The fire service told us the man was drunk, had consumed some alcohol and was driving recklessly.””
We immediately stopped the show,” the post continued, adding that “the man was unwell and had to be taken to hospital for a blood test.””
It is very upsetting that this could happen to any one of us.
There is a real chance we will have to be involved in the same situation as this man, which is not acceptable.”#troubledwiththelights #therosas #dearrosatis The rosatis Twitter account posted a photo of a police officer in the area who had been asked to take the man to hospital.
“It is not an emergency, and it was not an act of violence,” the account said.
The account continued: “He was wearing his own pyjamas and it is perfectly safe to walk up to him and hug him and pat him on the back.”#Therosas police officer takes a selfie in the park.
pic.twitter.com/Yf5LfJ4zLp — Therosatis (@Therosatis) March 25, 2020 The post sparked a flurry of reactions on social media, with many saying they were concerned about the man’s safety.
The hashtag #tourerosas was trending on Twitter on Friday afternoon.
Therosas tweeted: “We’ve got our own officers here to protect our citizens.
This isn’t a joke.
Therosasis added that the man had not been arrested and was currently “in a hospital for further testing.”#Rosatis, the man behind the Twitter account, said he had been trying to get the police involved in a local case that involved the consumption of alcohol.””
We are doing all we can to ensure the safety of all of our staff and the community.”
Therosasis added that the man had not been arrested and was currently “in a hospital for further testing.”#Rosatis, the man behind the Twitter account, said he had been trying to get the police involved in a local case that involved the consumption of alcohol.
“I’ve asked for police to come to the fire station, the fire service and the hospital to speak to them,” he told The Telegraph.
“I’m not calling for violence against anyone, but there needs to be a clear distinction between drinking and driving.”#rosatis said he and the police had been in contact and that the matter would be investigated by police.
“The fire service have not been involved in any of the incidents.
We’re not the police,” he said.”
They’ve said they won’t interfere with what the firemen do, but I think we need to put our own foot down and say, ‘Look, we’re here for the fire, not you’.”
Rosatis added that he was worried about the impact the tweet might have on the people he was helping.
“People are very upset,” he added.
“People don’t know what they can do if something like this happens.
I’ve been told that if we were to make a mistake in the future we could be facing criminal charges.”#IamRosatis on Twitter: “I’ve been asked for Police to come [to the firestation] and [to] speak to [the] fire service.
I’m not called for violence.”# Therosases fire station is the place where the fireman is taking a picture.
#RosatisRosatis#TheresAFire#Rosaris #rosatis #rossatis#Rosatspic.twitter, @rosatis, 25 March 2020Therosakis tweeted that he had also been approached by police officers and that they would be treating him with respect and would be taking the matter seriously.
“This is a police matter and we have our own investigations going on,” he tweeted.
“But we will be making sure that this incident does not happen again.”# IamRosasis on Twitter – “I have been asked by a Fire Service officer for Police help and have asked for a Fire Station officer to come and speak to me.
I am not called by the police for violence.
I don’t think it is right to ask someone to be treated in that way.
I think it should be treated as a private matter between the fire company and the fire person.#Rosakis#RosaresFire Station is the location of the fire in the picture.pic.://t.co/jNl9Q9kH8q — TheresAfire (@Theresai) March 26, 2020Rosatis has since taken down the tweets.
The person who originally wrote this has since deleted the tweets and apologized for any offence he may have caused,” the spokesperson said.