Hip and cool Europol asks fellow kids to help them catch all the baddies 🚔 👌 ðŸ’¯


In a terribly poor attempt to appeal to younger audiences, Europol thought the best way to promote active civic engagement on the internet is by using a language all the cool kids these days can speak: Emoji. To commemorate the fourth annual World Emoji Day, the European law enforcement agency took to Twitter to ask its followers for help tracking down the most wanted fugitives on the continent. But while a few simple words would have sufficed, Europol opted for an alternative means of expression. Resorting to a bizarre combination between English and Emoji, the agency replaced certain words and…

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