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."
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."
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."
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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