The Royal Adelaide Show hit for height requirement board with accused pedophile Michael Jackson

Royal Adelaide Show is slammed due to required & # 39; sick joke & # 39; high sign with accused pedophile Michael Jackson – but refuse to have it removed

  • The Royal Adelaide Show has come under fire for a sign of height requirement
  • The plate has a life-size cutout of accused pedophile Michael Jackson
  • Social media users said it was bad taste to put him on the & # 39; Hard Rock & # 39; ride
  • & # 39; We will not ask the organizers to delete it, & # 39; revealed an official spokeswoman
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An amusement park has been slammed because it has a life-sized cut-out of accused pedophile Michael Jackson on a height sign for a children's ride.

The popular Royal Adelaide Show, which today opened the gates for the 2019 season, revealed a cardboard cutout of the controversial star alongside the ride & # 39; Hard Rock & # 39 ;.

Social media users were quick to explode the Royal Adelaide Show and claimed it was bad if the alleged child abuser had the suggestive sign.

Despite heavy online reactions about the & # 39; sick joke & # 39 ;, show officials told Daily Mail Australia that they would not remove the board.

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& # 39; We will not ask the organizers to remove it & # 39 ;, said spokeswoman Michelle Hocking of the Royal Adelaide Show.

The popular Royal Adelaide Show, which opened the gates for the 2019 season today, unveiled a cardboard cut-out from alleged child abuser Michael Jackson for the required ride height & # 39; Hard Rock & # 39; (photo)

The popular Royal Adelaide Show, which opened the gates for the 2019 season today, unveiled a cardboard cut-out from alleged child abuser Michael Jackson for the required ride height & # 39; Hard Rock & # 39; (photo)

& # 39; It is not a new visual language – it was at other events such as the Adelaide Fringe and regional shows, and it was not a problem.

& # 39; Because the allegations (against Michael Jackson) are only claimed, we have nothing else to say about it. & # 39;

The image was shared on the popular Instagram account S *** Adelaide and generated nearly 7,000 likes in three hours.

Some followers were shocked.

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& # 39; Is this really true? & # 39; an Instagram user asked.

Despite heavy comments from social and social media users who claimed that the sign was a & # 39; sick joke & # 39; must have been (photo), Showofficials told Daily Mail Australia that they would not remove the sign

Despite heavy comments from social and social media users who claimed that the sign was a & # 39; sick joke & # 39; must have been (photo), Showofficials told Daily Mail Australia that they would not remove the sign

Despite heavy comments from social and social media users who claimed that the sign was a & # 39; sick joke & # 39; must have been (photo), Showofficials told Daily Mail Australia that they would not remove the sign

& # 39; Cringe, & # 39; another person noted.

& # 39; Ill. & # 39;

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Another simply noted with a thumbs down emoji.

But others took a more literal approach.

& # 39; Do you understand? & # 39; a person asked.

& # 39; I think MJ was more interested in people under 140 centimeters riding his Hard Rock, right? & # 39; offered one follower.

& # 39; At least you must be as short as you want to ride Michael Jackson, & # 39; another claimed.

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The image was shared on the popular Instagram account S *** Adelaide and generated nearly 7,000 likes in three hours. Some followers were shocked. & # 39; Is this really true? & # 39; an Instagram user asked. & # 39; Others took a more literal approach. & # 39; I think MJ was more interested in people under 140 centimeters riding his Hard Rock, right? & # 39; offered one follower. & # 39; I laughed at this hahaha, & # 39; another laughed

The image was shared on the popular Instagram account S *** Adelaide and generated nearly 7,000 likes in three hours. Some followers were shocked. & # 39; Is this really true? & # 39; an Instagram user asked. & # 39; Others took a more literal approach. & # 39; I think MJ was more interested in people under 140 centimeters riding his Hard Rock, right? & # 39; offered one follower. & # 39; I laughed at this hahaha, & # 39; another laughed

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The image was shared on the popular Instagram account S *** Adelaide and generated nearly 7,000 likes in three hours. Some followers were shocked. & # 39; Is this really true? & # 39; an Instagram user asked. & # 39; Others took a more literal approach. & # 39; I think MJ was more interested in people under 140 centimeters riding his Hard Rock, right? & # 39; offered one follower. & # 39; I laughed at this hahaha, & # 39; another laughed

Some social media users saw the humor in the situation.

& # 39; I laughed at this hahaha, & # 39; one laughed.

& # 39; Flexible criminal, & # 39; someone else fell in.

The backlash comes after a two-part series was released earlier this year for investigating a series of sexual attacks against the singer.

The documentary Leaving Neverland contained interviews with two former children's dancers who performed the & # 39; king of pop & # 39; accused of sexual abuse in the 90s, more than 10 years before his death in 2009.

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