English roadblock

I dont understand very much about the below sentence:
[i] Fed-up residents living in Dorset hamlet of Shitterton refuse to be beaten by thieves with toilet humour.[/b]

Sorry for the long wait. There are so many posts some days that it is easy to miss some.

I’m assuming you found that in a tabloid newspaper or on an online newspaper website?
The first part of the village name is slang for a bowel function, hence the reference to ‘toilet humour’. Whatever the thieves are doing, it is obviously related to that, and meant to be amusing (though I suspect most people wouldn’t find it so amusing).