A mugshot of a young man police want to speak to in connection with an assault has been likened to stroppy teenagers, Kevin and Perry.
Hundreds of Facebook users compared 19-year-old Lewis Young to the comedy duo whose famous catchphrase is: "That's so unfair."
It comes after North Yorkshire Police shared a mugshot showing Young with his arms crossed and a sulking expression on his face.
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Within just half an hour, more than 350 people posted comments and memes comparing him to the Harry Enfield and Kathy Burke characters along with others including Horrid Henry and Pingu.
North Yorkshire Police posted: “Wanted on prison recall. We're searching for a man wanted in connection with an assault.
“Lewis Young, 19, from York, is also facing a recall to prison.
“He's likely to be in the York or Selby area.
“If you’ve seen him or have information about where he is, please call us on 101, select option 1 to speak to our Force Control Room and quote reference 12220109839”.
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The post quickly gained attention, with many sharing the same gif from the 2000 hit movie Kevin and Perry Go Large.
In the clip, a cranky Kevin throws a fit and shouts: "That is so unfair!"
One person commented: "It’s just not fair, I don’t want to go back to prison."
A second said: “Did you tell him no PlayStation for a week when you took this mugshot?”
“That is the exact face my 6yr old daughter pulls when she's told she's not allowed to play out”, the third joked.
One man added: “Officer I need my nappy changing!”
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