This is George Galloway, and he absolutely loves blocking people on Twitter.
Galloway, the leader of the Respect party and election candidate in Bradford West, has blocked hundreds – possibly thousands – of people.
We asked you to send us the reason you think you were #BlockedByGalloway.
1. "I told him his hat made him look like the German doctor who did Autopsy Live on Channel 4."
– Alex Brown
2. "I think it might have been this in my case."
3. "I called him a tool."
– Thomas Phipps
4. "I responded to his request for a plumber."
5. "I asked him whether he preferred free Wi-Fi over a free Palestine (he was tweeting about obtaining internet access somewhere)."
6. "I tweeted this, and I got blocked."
7. "I felt it was inappropriate for me not be blocked by him, and politely asked him to do the honourable thing. Within about 10 minutes he obliged. I am now at peace with myself and can now get on with my life."
8. "Blocked for this."
9. "Called him a twat, but didn't @ him in the tweet. Must have a lot of time on his hands."
– Ed Longden
10. "I was blocked by George Galloway for tweeting 'PARK LIFE' at him."
11. "For taking the piss out of his hat."
– Phillip Simmons
12. "I sent him this picture."
13. "Shortly before Christmas, Galloway tweeted something like 'Have you read my website?' to all his followers. I replied, 'No,' to which he responded by saying I was banned from visiting anyway as I worked for The Sun, and that I was blocked as well."
– Kevin Schofield
14. "Blocked for this."
15. "I was blocked by George Galloway for booing him on Twitter this evening."
– Peter Clarke
17. "I was blocked by George Galloway after he said that a TV show he was watching was the funniest thing he had seen on TV for the last 10 years. I sent him a link to the infamous 'cat incident' and said that it was funnier and he blocked me."
– Douglas Fleming
18. "For meowing at him."
19. "Because I questioned why he was on tour in the Isle of Wight when he is the MP for Bradford West."
– Luke Rigg
20. "I offered him a bowl of Whiskas."
21. "Because I reported a denial made by a spokesman of something cybernats said he said in a debate."
– Asa Bennett
23. "Before a TV debate, I exchanged a couple of jokey tweets with a Yes supporter that mentioned leotards. After the debate I decided to follow Galloway and discovered that I was blocked."
– Bruce Gilmour
24. "For no reason at all."
25. "I did a nice sketch."
26. "I just asked him to."
Jamie Ross is a Scotland reporter for BuzzFeed News and is based in Edinburgh.
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