From The Guardian :

A 50-year-old man has been charged with a public order offence after he was seen at a pub wearing a T-shirt mocking the Hillsborough disaster.

Paul Grange, from Worcester, was charged by West Mercia police with displaying threatening and abusive writing likely to cause harassment, alarm or distress.

A police spokesman said Grange had been bailed to appear at Worcester magistrates court on a date in July.

The West Mercia force launched an inquiry on Sunday after a man was seen wearing a T-shirt suggesting the 1989 disaster, in which 96 Liverpool football fans died, was “God’s way of helping” a pest control firm.

Pictures were posted on social media of the man, who was asked to leave the Brewers Arms, in the St John’s area of Worcester, by the landlord.

A photograph showing Grange wearing another shirt bearing the slogan, “SCOUSERS shouldn’t you be at home f****** your kids” has been making the rounds as well. It’s created probably a little more notoriety than Grange was planning on. In addition to facing criminal charges, there’s an ongoing campaign to deliver items including but not limited to a “mini-horse”, “£2500 in takeaway” and a “male prostitute” to his doorstep. OK, but shouldn’t Grange’s opponents send him something useless and unwanted, too?