Who Aside From Julian Assange Has Been #ArbitrarilyDetained?

Julian Assange in west London on August 19, 2012. Twitter users are mocking a U.N. body which said the Wikileaks founder had been "arbitrarily detained" inside London's Ecuadorian embassy. Reuters/Olivia Harris

A U.N. advisory body has said that Julian Assange has been "arbitrarily detained" in London's Ecuadorian Embassy thanks to the U.K. and Swedish governments.

Trouble is, Twitter isn't quite sure what that means. So users have contributed a few ideas:

Don't give up, Han!

This guy doesn't look too bothered:

why is it always the ones you put the least thought into? pic.twitter.com/wWVU0AAH0O

— Tom Barfield (@tombarfield) February 5, 2016

Serious peril:


Doesn't look too bad:

This big question:

Where's Buddy's compensation? #arbitrarilydetained pic.twitter.com/f1DfIv9inC

— HappyToast ★ (@IamHappyToast) February 5, 2016