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Christmas in Tory Britain 2017 16 Dec 2017 16:53 #5337

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This says it all: :angry:

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Christmas in Tory Britain 2017 16 Dec 2017 17:09 #5338

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But there is so Much Good in the Homeless People;
But The Rich "Mostly" Trample under their feet.


Homeless man waited in rain for hours to stop stranger’s £450 being stolen
‘He could have walked away with it and bought himself a new pair of boots’


The Independent Online

A man sleeping rough on the streets of Glasgow waited hours in the rain to guard a stranger’s £450 and stop it from being stolen.

James John McGeown saw the cash inside a bag left on the front seat of a parked car that had been left with its window open.

Believing someone would likely walk past and snatch the money, he stood by the car for more than two hours waiting for the owner to return.

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Eventually, he reached into the car, took out the bag and handed it to the nearby Livingstone Brown solicitors, who confirmed Mr McGeown had stopped the bag off.

When owner John McMonagle, who owns a chip shop in Clydebank, returned to his car with his colleague, Alyshia, he found a note saying his bag was safe.

Praising Mr McGeown for his kind act, Mr McMonagle has now set up a Go Fund Me page to raise £5,000 for him and other homeless people in the area.

Speaking to the Independent, Mr McMonagle said he was hugely grateful to Mr McGeown.
“I spoke to him and he’s a lovely guy, we spoke at length. It’s amazing, he had the £450 in his hand – I mean the car is worth £35,000 too,” he said.

“So he knows I’m not skint, and he walked across the road and handed to the lawyers because he was too cold.

“He could have walked away with it and could have bought himself a new pair of boots.”

More Here;
www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/home-news/homeless-man-waits-rain-hours-stop-money-stolen-james-john-mcgeown-john-mcmonagle-glasgow-a8111861.html
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