There is nothing you can hide these days, especially at a time when anything can be recorded on camera. One netizen did just that when he recorded two homeless men who were mentally challenged loitering nearby the Bukit Bintang CIMB kiosk being a nuisance to the public.
Clearly not wanting to cause a stir, GENJI Buskers took it upon him to ask the man to leave the premise, only to find out that he was in the process of taking drugs – in PUBLIC!
In the accompanying status of the two-minute footage, GENJI Buskers writes, “The man was taking drugs in public. He even showed his genitals to anyone entering the premise, even to tourists!”
“I know that this is something not many would like to hear, but he has since made the CIMB kiosk his permanent home. Every night he would put his stuff there.”
Clearly perturbed, GENJI Buskers pleaded the authority to take action against the individual.
“I’m sorry for doing this, but I represent a majority who do not want things like this to happen. If you disagree, please comment on my post to show that you support his actions of showing his genitals and taking drugs in public.”
Here is a video of the netizen, scolding the man to take his ‘problems’ elsewhere.
SELAMBA BAKAR STRAW DALAM CIMB BUKIT BINTANG korang rasa.. tadi siap tunjuk kemaluan siap goncang2 pada org awam yg…
In the video, the man was seen talking to another homeless person in an inaudible conversation. The second individual ran off, knowing that he was being recorded.
GENJI Buskers then scolded him and asked him what he was doing.
“I want to slap him, but I do not have the heart after knowing him for so long. At first, I thought he was just burning straw.”
After realising that the homeless individual busy rolling up drugs, that was when GENJI Buskers lost it.
“Is there nowhere else you can go to? What if children see you doing this?”
Appealing to authorities and members of the public, the decision of the netizen to go public with this issue will shed light on what needs to be done to help eradicate this problem.
Sure, not all homeless people are bad, but there are a certain few out there who will give other homeless people a bad name.
Let’s hope that the authorities do the necessary to at least help these homeless individuals from not only harming others but also themselves.
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