Canadian oil firm uses sick cartoon of Greta Thunberg being raped to promote ...

Outrage as Canadian oil company employees circulate helmet decal featuring sick cartoon of 17-year-old climate activist Greta Thunberg being raped Councillor accused X-Site Energy Services of depicting the rape of a child  Company denied sharing image online but did not deny creating the sticker  General Manager did not condemn the image but said it does not show a child Firm is based in Alberta, where adulthood is recognised as starting at age of 18 

By Sebastian Murphy-bates For Mailonline

Published: 10:45 GMT, 1 March 2020 | Updated: 14:18 GMT, 1 March 2020

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Greta (pictured protesting in Bristol on Friday) slammed the image as 'desperate'

Greta (pictured protesting in Bristol on Friday) slammed the image as 'desperate' 

A sick cartoon depicting the rape of 17-year-old climate activist Greta Thunberg has sparked outrage at a Canadian oil company where employees are circulating helmet decal bearing the image.

Alberta-based X-Site Energy Services' logo is plastered on a sticker - which MailOnline is refusing to show - that shows a silhouette of female marked 'Greta'.

The firm has denied circulated the image on social media, but did not deny creating the sticker that was pictured online. 

When confronted about whether he was comfortable with a depiction of rape, general manager Doug Sparrow was more concerned with disputing that the teenager is a child.

The activist from Sweden slammed the vile image after it began circulating on

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