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A wanted Aussie woman couldn’t hold her tongue after police posted a “trailer trash” mugshot of her on Facebook — attracting hundreds of comments.

Police in Newcastle, New South Wales, Australia, shared the “most recent image” they had of Tiffany-Anne Brislane, 23, who is being hunted for alleged stealing offenses.

The 2015 image shows Brislane with her hair in a bun and a collarbone tattoo that says: “We don’t remember days, we remember moments.”

The police requested comments related only to his whereabouts.

“Please refrain from comments that are harmful or offensive,” they wrote.

However, hundreds of derogatory comments soon followed and Brislane decided to hit back.

“I love the picture taken how many years ago,” he wrote sarcastically overnight. “Let’s calm down in the comments guys.

“Not every day I look like towing trash. Let’s say it wasn’t a good angle.”

Newcastle police responded by writing: “(Probably) it’s time for you to enter a police station before we find you.”

Brislane then went to his personal Facebook page, where he uploaded a “real picture of me.”

“Here is a real picture of me,” he wrote. “Let’s take the time to recognize that this is not my current photo of the Newcastle police page that they have decided to upload since 2015.”

Brislane’s family members have also posted in the thread, attacking “unpleasant” comments.

“Nobody knows what happened on the day of this photo and if they knew half of the reasons and if they did, they would be upset in their comments,” wrote a relative.

“For the love of God, I pray that none of you have a family member or friend in this situation because most of you are downright unpleasant,” another person wrote.

“This is the daughter, the sister, someone’s loved one. Please have a good heart.