British police arrest decorated Army veteran after social media post made someone feel ‘anxious’

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British law enforcement arrested a man for retweeting a post on Twitter that reportedly caused an individual to feel anxious.

The incident happened on Friday when Hampshire Police arrived at 51-year-old Army veteran Darren Brady’s home in Aldershot after he shared a meme of pride flags that were shaped as swastikas, Daily Wire reports.

In the video, Brady asks the police why he was being placed in handcuffs. An officer responded, “It didn’t have to come to this at all.

“Tell us why you escalated it to this level because I don’t understand,” Brady said to the officer.

“Someone has been caused anxiety based upon your social media post,” the officer responded. “That is why you have been arrested.”

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