There are many debates that open up as a result of people They ask for money on the street. In general, it can be said that there are two positions: those who believe that people who beg do so because of need and lack of employment, and those who think they want to get “easy” money. Huh.
Social networks usually reflect this dilemma, with users sharing different opinions about and about. later, a that uncovered a strangeAnd at the same time, the humiliating position of a person who was shown as blind.
pending case It happened in Mexico on December 8th, When a ‘blind’ man was caught on the pretext of asking for money. A video shows the moment in which a person “goes well” vision from one moment to the next, and not only that, but he fights in the middle of a public street. This moment started the debate once again, about people who want to cheat in order to get economic benefits.
Human “Blind”, as usual, proceeded to take his usual walk In requesting alms. On his way, he asked a citizen passing on the street for money. The citizen asked the blind man to extend his hand to give him something. Even then, What he gave her were fake coins.
The man, who was reportedly blind, responded: Realizing that was cheated and that she gave him washers, not coins, He started hitting his ‘victim’ and the two started a hand-to-hand fight.
The scene caused a car to brake quickly to avoid hitting one of the men, but this did not stop them from fighting. In fact, it wasn’t until a woman approached the two of them that they ended it. between fist and fist, It became clear that the man who claimed to be blind was actually not,
The events were recorded in a video that was published on the Twitter account @Xpendejo, and which has been viewed more than nine thousand times on the social network. for many users, This fact was funny and he demonstrated it through commentS, however, was concerned about new evidence about the existence of many others who seek to profit from false disabilities.
“There’s more emotion here than in the Canelo fight”, “It sounds very staged, but the gumajos are very real”; “His sight suddenly returned”; “Christmas Miracles Are Coming”, That’s why I don’t give money, now they have The nerve to take children to the streets and make them walk with children in their arms to generate more compassionand “The miracle coins returned his sight, if they had given him the insurance bills it would not have worked the same way”, were some of the comments in the publication.