A Tommy Robinson supporter who trolled Bromsgrove MP Sajid Javid branding him "a Muslim terrorist" has been jailed.

Cleaner Wayne Kirby, 49, was jailed for 28 days after posting the offensive comments on the Home Secretary's Facebook page last summer.

He called for the Tory politician to be "hung, drawn and quartered" if anything happened to the right wing leader.

The Facebook post was read out in court which stated: "You Muslim terrorist.

"If anything happens to Tommy Robinson you will die right after.

"You will be hung, drawn and quartered by the real British people under the constitution of the Magna Carta.

"Get ready to die."

The far right supporter's threat was picked up by the home secretary's office manager Sophie Bolsover who reported it to the police who then raided his home in Northolt, West London.

Wearing jeans and a green jacket, Kirby appeared at Westminster Magistrates' Court on Monday for sentencing.

He previously pleaded guilty to sending the racially fuelled threat to the Home Secretary on June 14 last year.

Defending, Mr Jonah Walker-Smith said Kirby's threat was "silly and ignorant."

He said: "Referencing to being hung, drawn and quartered under the constitution of the Magna Carta shows his ignorance and that it was a fantasy.

"It was idle and spur of the moment rather than premeditated.

"I'd think the Home Secretary is sufficiently robust.

"It was a silly comment during a moment of anger and he does show remorse."

But Chief Magistrate, Emma Arbuthnot refuted this and said: "Why should politicians put up with this type of abuse?

"He might deny being a far right advocate but he obviously has extreme views."

Kirby of Northolt, West London, was arrested on September 25 on suspicion of "sending an electronic communication namely a Facebook post which conveyed a threat for the purpose of causing distress or anxiety to the recipient."

Kirby, who has since been suspended from his job as a cleaner, served six years after being convicted for rape in 2007, Westminster Magistrates' Court heard.

The far right supporter was also found guilty of possession of cannabis - which breached his conditional discharge of a previous class B conviction.

Kirby, who said he had been due to start a new job cleaning out wheelie bins, was also ordered to pay £150 costs.