A POLICE force has been criticised after a weird try to reimagine a renouned Christmas poem to be about sex attacks was branded “disgusting” and “insensitive” by womens groups.
Nottinghamshire Police launched a rape recognition debate with new verses to a children’s poem ’Twas a Night Before Christmas.
The new bid renamed The Nightmare Before Christmas facilities on a print put adult during sight stations opposite a northern English county and contains clunky hymn like: “Although she screamed “no” it happened in a peep / As shortly as she could giveaway herself she done a unfortunate dash.”
Cathy Saunders, of a Nottingham bend of Women’s Aid, told a Daily Mail that a poem massively underplayed a horrific knowledge of rape.
Ms Saunders said: “I have oral to some of a clients who have been victims of passionate attack and they have been definitely unsettled and repelled by this poem.
“They feel that a re-working of a poem directed during children trivialises a misfortune eventuality in their lives.”
Nottinghamshire Police pronounced a print was ostensible to uncover would-be rapists a inauspicious mistreat sex attacks have on women.
This is a second time in a week a force has been indicted of a bad ambience Christmas campaign.
According to a BBC, a military force had to rename an appearance calendar a ‘Badvent Calander’ after even some of a possess officers complained about a calendar, that facilities cinema of wanted targets.