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She added: 'How could this have been considered acceptable, or even legal, by the carnival organisers? These guys are just celebrating one of the greatest films of all time.'While Dean Holland told Mrs Mulholland her comment was 'political correctness gone wrong.''What's the problem it's not racist in any way …'While some commended her stance, Mrs Mulholland's comments were also derided by hundreds of others on social media, who branded her a 'clown,' described her as 'pathetic' and called for her to 'get a grip.' Carnivalgoer Hayley Savers posted: 'Aberaeron carnival was yet again absolutely fantastic and all that took part should be immensely proud.'To try to turn, what was seen by most as people dressing as fictional characters into a row on racism for your own political gain is pathetic and has seemingly backfired.'The only thing that has been achieved here is actually encouraging hate....mainly towards the Labour Party! it is celebrating several aspects of a sporting team and the problems they went through.' And Mandy Selcon added: 'Omg sense of humour failure!The 21-year-old accused, Chevelle Hall, is charged with creating public mischief and is scheduled to return to court on January 17, after her bail was extended.According to the police report, on October 28 Hall went to the Constant Spring Police Station and reported that she was walking along Constant Spring Road when a motorcycle with two men aboard rode up and the pillion rider grabbed her phone.Elizabeth Evans, a Liberal Democrat councillor in the resort, said she was '100 per cent certain' no offence was intended, although she admitted she knew the float would provoke controversy.'It is not for me to define what is and what is not deemed as racist,' she said. At worst it was a naïve act.' Video footage from the procession shows the men, with blacked up faces, dread-locked wigs and dressed in black Lycra bobsleigh outfits, dancing and larking about in front of the watching crowds.In a statement the Labour Party said that, even if no offence was intended, the float was 'unacceptable' and in danger of normalising 'casual racism.''It was completely unacceptable for the participants to blacken their faces and put on curly wigs, in a 'humorous' caricature,' a spokesman said.'This is racism, pure and simple, whether intentional or not and at best suggests that those responsible are unaware of the appalling history and associations of 'blacking' up.Partners of pregnant women and couples planning pregnancy should know the possible risks to pregnancy and take preventive steps (more information).Bugs (like mosquitoes, ticks, and fleas) can spread a number of diseases in Jamaica.
And in a post on Facebook, Labour candidate Dinah Mulholland said she was 'utterly horrified' by the float.
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'There may have been no conscious agenda or racist intent towards involved people of African or Caribbean heritage in the Cool Runnings float, but there is no doubt that offence has been caused and that there is a danger that unchallenged, such behaviour makes casual racism seem okay.'The organisers of the carnival, which is run by volunteers, failed to respond to the Daily Mail's request for comment.
Cool Runnings is based on the real life story of Jamaica's first bobsleigh team to compete at the 1988 Winter Olympics.