Stop supporting convicted rapist Mike Tyson by selling his energy drink.
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Stop supporting convicted rapist Mike Tyson by selling his energy drink.

    1. Quinn Capes-Ivy
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      Quinn Capes-Ivy

      Southsea, United Kingdom

By supporting convicted rapist and woman beater Mike Tyson by selling his energy drink, Tesco is sending a message to rape victims and survivors that their experiences don't matter, and that the sort of man who commits these offences is still someone to be celebrated. Call on Tesco to pull his products from their shelves on principle to stand up for victims and survivors of rape.

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    • Celine Lecompte CARDIFF, UNITED KINGDOM
      • almost 2 years ago

      I am a survivor and I wouldn't wish to see the face of the man who raped me on the side of drink cans whilst doing my shopping. Why should Tyson's victim be subjected to this horror? What message is this sending to the rest of the world? Stop this nonsense immediately.

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    • A . UK, UNITED KINGDOM
      • almost 2 years ago

      Just were did they get this awful idea from?

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    • Joe Wells PORTSMOUTH, UNITED KINGDOM
      • almost 2 years ago

      Because; obviously

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    • Sue Newte LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM
      • about 2 years ago

      As a women I obviously think rape is an odious crime, and I find it grossly offensive that Tesco should sell a rapist's energy drink, especially as there is no escaping the fact as his face is on the container. By so doing Tesco is insulting the majority of its shoppers - women, and trivialising the seriousness of the crime. Shame on you Tesco!

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    • Femi Otitoju LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM
      • about 2 years ago

      Tesco is sending the message to men that it is fine to be a rapist - there will be no social or commercial repercussions. We need to make sure that this is not the case.

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