The parents of Madeleine Mc Cann are urging supporters to help stop trolls who continue to plague them with vile web abuse which they say is 'so awful and upsetting.'Kate and Gerry, who face fresh agony as the police hunt into their daughter's disappearance is set to be shelved next month, have approved a set of rules to help curb the online haters.The couple told recently how they still try to shield their 12-year-old old twins from cruel, false and libellous taunts being made against the family, which Kate describes as 'shocking, striking and quite hard to get your head round.'Now the Mc Canns, whose daughter was snatched from a Portuguese holiday resort 10 and a quarter years ago, are pleading with well wishers not to post anything to encourage tormentors.
Officers were given an extra £85,000 in April to extend Operation Grange to cover six months amid speculation detectives were closing in on a suspect.
A Scotland Yard force spokesman told Mail Online: 'Funding is in place until the end of September.
I have read and heard countless times that guys prefer women with curves and more meat on their bones but I’m starting to wonder about that.
I have some super skinny friends who are considered really hot and always get hit on and then there are celebs who are super skinny, like Olivia Wilde and Megan Fox (she supposedly has a 23 inch waist!
The cruel remarks, directed at Kate and Gerry, were found to be made mostly by women.