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WorldYouTube star who tricked a homeless man into eating Oreos filled with toothpaste because it would 'clean his teeth' gets 15 months in prison

04:30  04 june  2019
04:30  04 june  2019 Source:   dailymail.co.uk

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Social media star Kanghua Ren filled Oreos with toothpaste as a YouTube prank. He fed them to homeless man Gheorge L who got sick and threw Spanish prosecutors charged him with a 'crime against moral integrity'. Ren sentenced to 15 months in prison , but Spanish law usually suspends

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YouTube star who tricked a homeless man into eating Oreos filled with toothpaste because it would 'clean his teeth' gets 15 months in prison© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited YouTube prankster Kanghua Ren, 21, who tricked a homeless man into eating Oreos filled with toothpaste in January 2017, was sentenced to 15 months in prison and was ordered to pay restitution YouTube star who tricked a homeless man into eating Oreos filled with toothpaste because it would 'clean his teeth' gets 15 months in prison© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited The blogger was also ordered off of social media platforms, including YouTube, for five years A YouTube prankster who tricked a homeless man into eating Oreos filled with toothpaste was sentenced to 15 months in prison by a Spanish court on Friday.

A Barcelona court ordered Kanghua Ren to also pay $22,300 ($AU32,017) in compensation.

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A YouTube star who pranked a homeless man by filling an Oreo cookie with toothpaste was sentenced on Friday to 15 - months in prison and Ren posted a since-deleted video to his YouTube channel in January 2017 in which he is seen filling Oreo cookies with toothpaste and repackaging.

YouTube star who humiliated homeless man given prison term ReSet posted footage of man A YouTube star who tricked a homeless man into eating biscuits filled with toothpaste and then “Maybe I went a little too far, but look on the bright side: this helped him clean his teeth ,” ReSet, 21

Since he is a first-time offender, Spanish law usually suspends prison time for those sentenced to less than two years, according to The New York Times.

The court, however, did order Ren's social media accounts on YouTube and other platforms to be suspended for five years.

YouTube star who tricked a homeless man into eating Oreos filled with toothpaste because it would 'clean his teeth' gets 15 months in prison© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited RetSet filmed himself scraping off the filling inside a packet or Oreos for the prank Ren, who video blogs as ReSet, filmed himself in January 2017 replacing the white filling in a whole packet of the biscuits with toothpaste and re-packaging it.

The then-19-year-old then gave them to a homeless man named Gheorge L he found on the streets of Barcelona.

Gheorge, 53, said he felt sick and threw up five minutes after eating them, and feared for his life as he didn't know ReSet or what was in them.

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A YouTube star who pranked a homeless man by filling an Oreo cookie with toothpaste was sentenced on Friday to 15 - months in prison and Ren posted a since-deleted video to his YouTube channel in January 2017 in which he is seen filling Oreo cookies with toothpaste and repackaging.

A YouTube star who pranked a homeless man by filling an Oreo cookie with toothpaste was sentenced on Friday to 15 - months in prison and Ren posted a since-deleted video to his YouTube channel in January 2017 in which he is seen filling Oreo cookies with toothpaste and repackaging

'Maybe I've gone a bit far, but look at the positive side: This will help him clean his teeth. I think he hasn't cleaned them since he became poor,' ReSet joked in the video.

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A YouTube star who tricked a homeless man into eating biscuits filled with toothpaste and then posted footage of the incident online has been sentenced to 15 months in prison and ordered to pay his victim €20,000 in “moral damages”. A judge in Barcelona also banned Kanghua Ren, better

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ReSet earned $2,200 ($AU3,160) in advertising revenue through his channel that has more than a million subscribers, according to court documents seen by El Pais.

YouTube star who tricked a homeless man into eating Oreos filled with toothpaste because it would 'clean his teeth' gets 15 months in prison© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited He then squeezed toothpaste on them to mimic to filling, put them back together, and re-sealed them in their packaging The blogger was charged with a 'crime against moral integrity' with prosecutors initially seeking a two-year jail term and restitution to Gheorge.

After facing backlash from his viewers, ReSet went back to Gheorge in another video to see how he liked the toothpaste-filled Oreos.

'People exaggerate over jokes in the street (played) on a beggar, when surely if it's done to a normal person they wouldn't say anything,' he said.

YouTube star who tricked a homeless man into eating Oreos filled with toothpaste because it would 'clean his teeth' gets 15 months in prison© Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited The then-19-year-old gave the Oreos to a homeless man named Gheorge L (pictured) he found on the streets of Barcelona in January 2017 He intended to spend a night on the street with the homeless Romanian man but a witness called police.

ReSet later deleted the videos and offered Gheorge about $380 ($AU545) to keep quiet so he could 're-establish his image' and 'ingratiate himself with public opinion'.

Gheorge said no one had ever treated him so badly in all the time he had lived on the street.

ReSet filled sandwiches with cat feces and fed them to schoolchildren and elderly people in another sick prank, the court heard.

He defended himself in court, saying: 'I do things to mount a show: People like what is morbid.'

'This was not an isolated act,' the judge, Rosa Aragonés, said when handing down her verdict.

According to Spanish media, Ren was born in China, but grew up in Barcelona.

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