A SICK troll who mocked up a photo of Madeleine McCann’s head on a H&M jumper after the brand was embroiled in a race storm has now targeted her parents.
Kieron Marsh posted vile images of Kate and Gerry McCann’s heads above grey and black hoodies with the words “Mum of the year” and “Dad of the year.”
The Twitter user, of Ipswich, Suffolk, captioned the post: “First Maddie now Kate and Gerry absolutely disgusted with H&M.”
Marsh sparked fury last week when he posted a Photoshopped image mocking Maddie’s disappearance with a slogan he added to the jumper reading “Hide and seek champion”.
He captioned the tweet: “Absolutely disgusting from H&M. I’m ashamed!”
The post was retweeted over 24,000 times and liked by almost 68,000 Twitter users.
Marsh was slammed by social media users following the post – but he also responded to friends’ requests asking for his autograph after it went viral.
Some people have even praised his new tweet, with one writing: “This is absolutely offensive mate, keep on doing this. #respect.”
Another said: “Dis gonna bang again. Hide before they come after you.”
The new image is sure to come as another blow to Kate and Gerry, who branded Marsh’s original post as “tasteless and offensive”.
A close pal of the missing girl’s mum and dad said: “It’s the start of the New Year and they can’t believe all this tasteless rubbish is resurfacing again.
“It’s so offensive and so unnecessary.”
The friend added: “It causes more hurt to a family still suffering but they do their best to ignore negativity and spiteful postings.”
Maddie went missing while on holiday with her family in Portugal – a £12million police investigation has desperately tried to find out what happened to her.
Last year a study found that Maddie’s parents, Kate and Gerry, were targeted with more than 150 abusive messages from social media users each day.