Jennifer’s anger over vile graffiti
Message on lamp-post mocks dead son
“Their parents probably aren’t aware of what has gone on.
“If my children had written something like this mocking someone’s deceased relative I would be horrified.
“Kirkton is obviously a big place and anyone could have written this.
“It has left us all upset that someone would do such an awful thing.
“Seeing things like this just makes me think Jayden would never have got a chance in this life.
“Jayden had people staring at him while he was here and now people are talking badly about him now he has gone.
“To make a joke at grieving families expense is vile.”
A spokesman for Police Scotland confirmed the force has been contacted by the family.
The spokesman said: “We are aware of the circumstances and will be making inquiries.”
A Dundee City Council spokeswoman said police are now dealing with the matter. Our
Jennifer Gellatly has hit out over the offensive graffiti about her dead son Jayden (inset).