SICK thugs wrote “haha seems to be like diabetes gained” on the grave of a younger boxer.
Liam Scarman died aged 22 from a diabetic episode on Boxing Day in 2017.
Sick thugs vandalised the grave of younger boxer Liam Scarman and wrote ‘p****’Credit score: SWNS:South West Information Service
The yobs wrote “haha seems to be like diabetes gained” after Liam died from a diabetic episode in 2017Credit score: SWNS:South West Information Service
The assault on Liam’s grave has been slammed as ‘completely disgusting’Credit score: SWNS:South West Information Service
Late final month, the boxer’s grave in Westerleigh Crematorium, Bristol was vandalised and the gravestone drenched in white paint.
Yobs additionally left a observe studying: “Ha Ha Ha Liam. Seems like diabetes gained once more! P****gap bruv.”
His dad Trevor, 65, has since reported the harm and spoke of his heartbreak at dropping his son.
He mentioned: “It’s not solely dropping your son – you’re additionally dropping your greatest mate – it’s like somebody is sticking a knife in you and twisting it.
“You undergo all that grieving and this simply brings all of it straight again.
“I have to know who it’s, why they did it, I simply need justice.”
iam’s gravestone was drenched in white paint and a observe was additionally leftCredit score: SWNS:South West Information Service
Liam’s household need ‘justice’ after his grave was vandalisedCredit score: SWNS:South West Information Service
Since Liam’s demise, Trevor has helped increase over £10,000 for the South West Diabetes Basis – and mentioned the fundraising “stored him going” after the tragedy.
He added: “We raised cash that particularly went in direction of analysis to diabetes and I’m so happy with that.”
Liam’s mum, Sue Witt, slammed the thugs’ assault as “completely disgusting”.
She mentioned: “”If I assumed Liam had enemies, I would get it however practically 400 folks went to his funeral.
“He was so properly appreciated by all people so that is what shocked me most of all.”
Somerset and Avon Police’s Investigating officer PC Kyle Maywood mentioned: “That is an abhorrent crime which has left the household of Liam Scarman completely distraught. To commit an act of legal harm like that is unthinkable.
“In addition to the harm attributable to the paint, a distasteful observe was additionally left on the again of the gravestone, which has brought about extra grief to Liam’s dad and mom, who’re nonetheless coming to phrases with the tragic lack of their son three years in the past.”
“There will probably be folks on the market that know who’s accountable and I would urge them to do the best factor and are available ahead.”