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?Original title: the tramp 

was painted on the street by passers-by and photographed in the video: This is how we treat the beggar. According to the mirror on February 22, a British tramp was questioned not to be a real beggar and was painted on the street by passers-by, which aroused public anger. Last weekend, a three second video clip was posted on Facebook, in which a man sat against a wall, sprayed with red pa

int, and there were paint marks on the ground and on t

he wall. In

the

video, a male voice said:

"this is the way we treat Street beggar

s", and claimed that the man who was painted with oil spray "is not a real beggar". In addition, the voice said, "there he is, spray him to death." After the video was re

leased, someone called the police. A Cleveland police spokesman said: 'on Sunday afternoon,

they received reports from the public that she found a video in which a man was painted. It is reported that the incident took place near the Tesco convenience store on the main road of Normanby. The painted man has been found by the media, who has promised that he is "really homeless", as evidenced by the dyed trousers he is still

wearing. The man said he was at a loss. The man who sprayed his paint was an impulsive and rec

kless person, not

him. People in the area say the

man is often seen sitting near the store. Two women were shocked to tell the media that they gave

the man a pound last week and that someone would do that to him. "He does look homeless - you can't tell. But it's very rare in our area, so you can notice him.