The threat came after Brexit Party leader Nigel Farage pressed charges against a man who threw a milkshake at him while campaigning in Newcastle.
In response to the incident, Mr Stalford yesterday posted a message reading: "Milkshake today. Acid tomorrow", to which one user wrote: "COMPETITION TIME. First person to milkshake Christopher Stalford will receive £100 from me."
However another user, calling himself Jack replies saying: "I'll go £150 for acid."
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Then Mr Stalford replies with: "I don't know Jack but I have reported him to the police".