THE jury is still out on how to best deal with Twitter trolls.
Many social media experts recommend blocking the troll and leaving it at that, but a British boxer decided to confront his troll face-to-face.
After losing his country's light-welterweight title to Shayne Singleton, Curtis Woodhouse started receiving abusive tweets from @jimmyob88.
The boxer put the call out and eventually found out the Twitter user's real name and the street where the "keyboard warrior" lived.
Woodhouse then live-Tweeted his drive to the troll's house but in the end did not come to fisticuffs with the man after he apologised on Twitter.
Naming and shaming trolls has been a recent trend but confronting them at home is a new one that's not recommended for anyone.
Should Woodhouse have tried to confront the troll in real life?
This poll ended on 18 March 2014.
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