Richard Bacon, a children's TV presenter who was fired after being caught snorting coke by the tabloids and is now relegated to radio, has been getting trolled over the past few years. He decided to make a documentary about it in which trolls are depicted as potential murderers and trolling is claimed to have only started happening since FB and Twitter came along. He also tries to do some trolling himself. [SPOILER]He's shit at trolling[/SPOILER]
Bacon meets Facebook tribute page trolls IRL and consults an "expert" on internet culture who embarrassingly tries to explain various internet phenomena that she seems to know little about. She's about as much of an "expert" as anyone who has spent 5 minutes on /b/ or ED.
He also talks to girls who are "fat-tastic" and should fuck themselves because no-one else will, as well as a gay NGA who should "go die".
I particularly liked how it kind of implied that the underdeveloped 15-year-old boy killed himself because he was trolled on Facebook, and ignores the fact that this trolling seems only to have been an extension of actual bullying at his school.