grossly offensive

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Harding denies sending grossly offensive or indecent, obscene messages to Anthony, of Leyland, Lancs.
A TEENAGER denied posting a grossly offensive message on Facebook about the deaths of six British soldiers in Afghanistan.
North East Conservative MEP Martin Callanan said: 'There is a difference between being grossly offensive and being funny and it is a difficult line to judge.
Relf, of Birchington, Kent, admitted two counts of sending indecent or grossly offensive postcards at Mid Warwickshire Magistrates' Court yesterday.
Trooper Cobley, of the 2nd Royal Tank Regiment, who admitted posting a grossly offensive message, told the hearing: "I'd like to offer an apology and I'm deeply ashamed.
The statement added: "Whilst some of the language used is offensive, particularly the comments which derogatorily refer to particular social groups, we do not believe that in the context they are grossly offensive on a reasonable objective assessment considering intent.
Grossly offensive postings on the internet are illegal.
He pleaded guilty to four charges of sending an electronic communication "of an indecent or grossly offensive nature for the purpose of causing distress or anxiety".
Sent a message to a woman in Newbiggin that was grossly offensive or of an indecent, obscene or menacing character on May 18.
TORY activist Matt Lewis has been rightly axed by the party over his grossly offensive "joke" of going to afancy dress party dressed as Madeleine McCann.
He pleaded guilty to taking and possessing a grossly offensive and obscene video between June 13 to July 16 this year.
Wheelchair-bound Veronica Connolly was trying to overturn her 2005 conviction for sending indecent or grossly offensive pictures at the High Court.