English boxer Curtis turns
up on the doorstep of his Twitter troll
when the and former Birmingham City and Hull
City footballer received abusive tweets about his defeat to Shane
Singleton, he took matters into his own hands
March 201312. 20 GMT
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Curtis Grindhouse has received high praise for standing up to his online troll.
Photograph: forthe Guardian
When Curtis Woodhouse lost his English title on
points to Shane Singleton on Friday night, he was branded a
disgrace" on the social networking site by '', who has
reportedly been abusing Woodhouse on Twitter for months.
The boxer was so enraged with the tweets that he offered his followers
e SI, 000 reward ifthey mold help him locate the culprit. Woodhouse' s
growing number of Twitter followers chipped in and managed to track
down his troll,
Woodhouse set oft to find his troll, arresting a photograph of the street
on which lived. "Right Jimbob, here," he wrote. adding:
Someone tell me what number he lives at or do I have to knock on
every door #."