A man recently pretended to be homeless in Los Angeles, but instead of asking for money, he offered people cash.
Amazingly, his generous offer was met with profanity, hate and threats from several Los Angelenos who bragged about about their own wealth, noted RawStory.com (video below).
The nasty responses by well-dressed, sophisticated Los Angeles residents included:
I don’t need your f------ money, you a---hole. I could f----- buy you.
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Does it look like I need your money? F--- out of here.
Mate p-- off, yeah.
Are you trying to funny? Are you kidding me?
F--- you, prick.
One man, who claimed to own a $50,000 Mercedes Benz, appeared to physically threaten the "homeless man," but eventually backed down.
YouTube user fouseyTube, who appeared in the video, wrote on his page:
Going into this video, the end goal wasn't quite sure. You can never be sure because you can never know how people will react. It's a completely different video depending on if people react positively or negatively. This video wasn't one of those, "oh let's see if people offer us money." It was, "let's see how people feel about themselves when someone who is classified as "lesser" than them on societies class ladder offers them money." The results were not expected and not wanted.
The only bright moments in the video are when one man and one woman offered the 'homeless" man money.