So, Peterborough City Council have had a sense of humour transplant:
From the BBC (original link in the blog post heading above):
A man spotted wearing a T-shirt bearing an "offensive" slogan in a city centre has been warned he risks an £80 fine if he is caught again.
Forklift driver David Pratt was told by street wardens in Peterborough he could cause offence or incite violence.
The slogan on the garment read: "Don't piss me off! I am running out of places to hide the bodies."
Peterborough City Council said using insulting or offensive language was an offence, even if it appeared in print.
Mr Pratt, from Peterborough, was approached by the wardens as he waited for a bus with his wife.
The couple are now demanding a written apology.
"I really don't see how the wording on my T-shirt could incite violence - it's humour, that's all it is," said Mr Pratt.
Mr Pratt faces an £80 fine if he wears the T-shirt again
In a statement Peterborough City Council said: "The incident is the subject of an official complaint to the council and is currently under investigation.
"However, using offensive, abusive, or insulting language is an offence under the Public Order Act, which also applies to such language appearing in print.
"In what was an amicable conversation, the street warden advised the gentleman concerned that his T-shirt could cause offence and if he was to wear it again he could run the risk of being issued an £80 on-the-spot fine from the police."