PayPal boycott by Tommy Robinson fans sees payment firm lose tens of pounds

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Tommy Robinson’s fanbase has declared that they will stop using PayPal at their glorious leader’s request.

The bru-ha-ha comes as Stephen Yaxley-Lennon’s PayPal account was suspended following the violation of PayPal’s terms and conditions – presumably the bit about not being a racist fucknut.

“It’s a disgrace,” said Hayley Rice, a fervent supporter of Evan Robinson-Stevens.

“PayPal are government owned, obviously. Therefore they should be forced to transact with absolutely everyone.”

“Until they agree to reinstate the account of Jonny Robertson-Yaxley, my two pounds are leaving my PayPal account and going straight back to Barclays, who I assume are absolutely fine with racism..? I don’t know, I’ve not checked.”

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A spokesperson for PayPal said, “This was not a personal attack on Steven Robinson-Yaxley-Lennon.

“Our Terms and Conditions very clearly state that we can withdraw service from individuals indulging in harassment or aggressive behaviour, which includes shouting at defendants at a child abuse trial during a media blackout.”

“I guess we’d quite like it if his supporters stopped withdrawing their funds and closing their accounts…there might come a time when this billion dollar company has need for an additional sixty-eight quid.”