Kiwi teen sparks outrage after she taunted quake survivors on Facebook

February 28th, 2011 - 5:09 pm ICT by ANI  

Facebook London, Feb 28 (ANI): A teenager in New Zealand has sparked outrage after she insulted survivors of the devastating earthquake on her Facebook page.

Amy Knowles, 16, who was visiting Christchurch from her home in Canterbury when the earthquake struck, was showered with death threats and bombarded with messages from furious residents.

“Stole ice creams, got drunk and mished around seeing f***** up s***, earthquakes aren’t soooo bad,” the Daily Mail quoted the New Zealand Herald as reporting Knowles as writing.

“Haha people give me s*** about loving in Rangiora. F*** you all, I have power, water, and can s*** and flush it,” she stated.

Her mother, Yvonne Knowles, was left embarrassed by the comments.

“I’m ashamed to call you my daughter,” her mother commented on her remarks.

Amy has since apologised and deleted her Facebook account after the furious reaction to her comments. (ANI)

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