The 27-year-old Adam Thorpe from Derby in England to the degree that moral hangover, after he on a city tour with their friends in the alcohol influenced state offered a homeless man a portion of food from a 'take away'. But in the same second as Adam Thorpe should give the homeless man the food, smashed, instead of the food directly into the face of the homeless man.
It could have remained an internal unpleasant joke among a bunch of young people who had gone over the line into intoxication. But another present young drunk man, as Adam Thorpe does not know, filmed the entire scenario and put it out on Snapchat. And then broke hell loose.
The small unpleasant video was posted on social media, where the following has been shared several thousand times. Since the scattered story to the media. And it has created huge anger against Adam Thorpe as well as plenty of sympathy for the homeless man.
It writes multiple media including the Derby Telegraph and the Daily Mail
Adam Thorpe is here in time to offer the homeless man food from a take away. (Photo: Private)
Adam Thorpe is now facing the Derby Telegraph has come up with its version of the story. And he apologize now for her behavior.
I saw a homeless man, who begged money of the people. I thought not, however, in that he was homeless and offered him 80 dollars to get the law to throw food in his face, claiming Adam Thorpe and adds:
- the Day after I had it really bad over what I had done, and I spent a lot of time to find the homeless man to say sorry to him. But I found him not.
- But if I find him, I will use my saved money to give him what he wants, says Adam Thorpe, who claims that he has received lots of threats and negative comments on social media after the incident.
What I did was completely inexcusable. But I do not think that I deserve all the hate I get on social media. I'm not any angel. But I'm also not the type who buys food just to throw it in the minds of people, " says Adam.
The young man Callum Asycough-Burton, who filmed the video on Snapchat, the social media said that he much regret the incident:
'honestly, I can say that I had no idea what he was doing. I was even very full. I would like to say sorry, and I regret that I put the video out on social media.
'I have nothing to do with the guy in the video and has no plans on meeting him. I'm not a bad person . But I made a mistake in the drunk', writes Callum Asucough-Burton.
The homeless man begging money, but then he was offered food by a 27-year-old man. It developed, however, in a completely wrong direction. (Photo: Private)