Parents of a two-year-old boy born with his bowels outside his body were horrified to find trolls were laughing at him on a racist website.
Little Albie Greenwood underwent life-changing surgery in 2017 - but his horrified dad thinks depraved racists have used the sick website to troll the unwell baby since BIRTH.
Metro.co.uk revealed the family's heartache at discovering their little one was the subject of such sick racist abuse.
Albie's dad Thomas Greenwood, 27, from Huddersfield said: "We were only made aware of [the website] a few days ago, it looks like it’s been online since Albie was born.
"We are a normal, hardworking family and we do what we need to get by.
"We will not let them get away with this. We are not the only people they are targeting."
The website, which Sun Online has chosen not to name, is thought to have been running for over ten years - taking news articles about people of colour and turning them into sick white-supremacist propaganda, littered with racial slurs.
Albie's mum, Ashton has started a petition to get the website taken down - which, shockingly, is not the first of its kind.
She said: "The comments and hatred towards us was outrageous and I hope that we can put an end to this terrible malicious site before more families and people are hurt.
"Let’s not let our children grow up to see this despicable and evil side of the world.
"It’s not right and it’s not fair."
Albie Greenwood with his parents
The petition currently has over 4,000 signatures.
The family say they are at a loss with what to do as UK police can't touch the American-based website.
The website's host, Cloudfare has also been contacted and they say they have passed on complaints to the website but cannot remove it.
They've also offered to put the family in direct contact with the website.
A spokesperson said: "Cloudflare does not host the content in question and therefore cannot take it down.
"Cloudflare acts as a pass-through service, sitting between a website host and an end-user to ensure that Internet properties are safe from cyberattack and that the end-user has access to a fast Internet.
"That said, we’ve passed the complaint along and would be happy to connect the family with the host in order to directly address the content."
The adorable two-year-old with his mum, Ashton and Dad, Thomas
Source: TheSun UK