A boxer who threatened to make a bomb and massacre Muslims on Facebook following the killing of a soldier in Woolwich has been jailed for four months.

Tony Perrin was arrested close to his home in Norbury on Saturday, May 25, after posting the threats with a picture of a himself, wearing a balaclava and pointing a gun at the camera.

The 27-year-old who used a Facebook page in the name of 'Tony Croydon,' made the post on May 22, the day after the death of Drummer Lee Rigby, who was run down with a car and then attacked by two men with knives and a meat cleaver yards away from Woolwich Barracks.

West London Magistrates Court heard the picture was accompanied by a post which said: 'I will do a lot worse than what took place yesterday and I have like minded people behind me.'

He added: 'You Muslims aren't the only people that make explosives and your (sic) not the only people willing to commit acts of insane violence.'

The message concluded with 'never f***ing surrender- revenge will be taken!'

Perrin admitted the handgun was only a BB gun and said he was drunk when he made the offensive post.

Your Local Guardian: Tony Perrin was jailed for four months

Tony Perrin was jailed for four months