Evil Librarian Blares Ice Cream Truck Song From Mobile Library, Relishes in Kids' Horror

Evil Librarian Blares Ice Cream Truck Song From Mobile Library, Relishes in Kids' Horror

Nothing says summer like the that jangling melody of an ice cream truck on a hot day. 

But in Ludlow, England, one soul-less adult is abusing the power of the tune. 

Librarian Roy Hobbs, a driver of a mobile library in Ludlow, is blaring the ice cream truck chimes from his vehicle, the Daily Mash reported. 

Food marketers often use a repetitive jingle to associate a food product with a musical melody. But hijacking a jingle and trying to hawk something much less delicious? That's a real low. 

"It's the disappointment on their little faces," the librarian told the Mash, revealing that he's got a sick sense of humor. 

"They rush to the back of the van clutching their fivers and get offered a choice of Martin Amis, Ruth Rendell or the later work of Stephen King, and they just crumple up into tears," Hobbs said, further proving there's a rock where his heart is supposed to be. 

Books might be better for one's health, but that's no excuse to manipulate the hopes and dreams of little, sugar-hungry children.  

And yet, doesn't it all just make you want to roll your head back and unleash a demonic bellow?