Wales held their annual Pride weekend, Pride Cymru, over the weekend. Thousands attended the events in Cardiff, which featured a faith tent for the first time, with people from different religious backgrounds celebrating their place in the LGBTQ community. Worship was also led by a bishop for the first time.
Among the more than 100 organizations that took part in the parade was the Wales Air Ambulance, who sent their mascot to join the events alongside the mascot of South Wales Police.
Police officer Rich Lewis took to Twitter to share a photo of the two...
But not everyone was impressed.
Shouldn't they be out saving lives/catching criminals?— Graham Down (@cllrgraham_down) August 26, 2017
So Wales Air Ambulance decided to reply with the obvious...
You can feel the heat from that burn from miles away. And most of Twitter could feel the burn, too...
Great isn't it? Wonder how long it took for them to come up with it or whether it was straight off the bat?— Rob Jefferson (@RobJefferson) August 27, 2017
one of those real helicopters about to be en route to treat some severe burns.— Red Thunder (@jaspertandy) August 26, 2017
tonight at 11. wales air ambulance PR team faces charges of arson.— Amon26 (@Amon26) August 26, 2017
That was perfect.