This is outrageous!
A netizen shared a video on Facebook which shows an elderly uncle begging for money by an overhead bridge with a little trick up his sleeve. In the viral video, the uncle was begging for sympathy and money by “bawling his eyes out” to passersby in Muar, Johor. Wow da!
The video was accompanied by a caption which read,
“This happened in Muar, Bandar Maharani Bandar Diraja. I’m just sharing this today.”
“What are your thoughts about this situation? When people approach him, he cries and when they leave, he stops crying. Where are the authorities?”
In the video, at precisely 1:15-minute mark, the uncle can be seen quickly shifting his emotions as he starts wailing in front of a passerby. You can watch the video here:
Kejadian berlaku di Muar, Bandar Maharani Bandar Diraja..Hari ini saja nak share..Apa pandangan anda tentang perkara sebegini??Org datang dia nangis bila pergi dari dia dah tak nangis dah😅😅😅.Macam2 ragam manusia ni. Penguatkuasa mana???
Posted by I am Haziq Abdullah on Sunday, August 11, 2019
At the time of writing, the video above has garnered over 6,000 shares and more than 1,000 comments. Damn!
On that note, we aren’t sure if the person who recorded the video has lodged a report against the uncle, perhaps we should keep an eye out for more updates on this matter.
So, what do you think about this uncle who fakes his tears for money? Let us know in the comments below!
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