US News: Starbucks staff are filmed trying to throw out a homeless man as he eats an £8.45 meal bought for him by a Good Samaritan - PressFrom - United Kingdom
  •   
  •   

US News Starbucks staff are filmed trying to throw out a homeless man as he eats an £8.45 meal bought for him by a Good Samaritan

15:34  10 october  2019
15:34  10 october  2019 Source:   dailymail.co.uk

Homeless protesters storm council building in Chester

  Homeless protesters storm council building in Chester Talented Matthew Webber (18) performs unbelievable trick pool shots. This video, filmed at his home in Indianapolis, Indiana, when he was just 15 years old, clearly demonstrates his skill even as a youngster.

man eating £ 8 . 45 meal bought for him by Good Samaritan . FURIOUS customers have vowed to boycott Starbucks after a snobby barista tried to kick out a homeless man - even though his meal had "I bought him a sandwich and a chocolate cake worth £ 8 . 45 so that he could eat respectfully.

This is the moment a Starbucks customer who bought a homeless man lunch confronts staff after Sajid Kahlon had purchased the £ 8 . 45 meal at a branch in Southend-on-Sea after spotting the man But he was forced to film after a Starbucks employee and security guard told the homeless man he

  Starbucks staff are filmed trying to throw out a homeless man as he eats an £8.45 meal bought for him by a Good Samaritan © Associated Newspapers Limited

This is the moment a Starbucks customer who bought a homeless man lunch confronts staff after they tell him he can't sit at their outdoor tables.

Sajid Kahlon had purchased the £8.45 meal at a branch in Southend-on-Sea after spotting the man looking 'hungry' and 'searching for food'.

But he was forced to film after a Starbucks employee and security guard told the homeless man he could not eat the sandwich and chocolate cake in the seating area outside the coffee shop.

In the footage, Mr Kahlon can be heard confronting staff who tell him the homeless man needs to leave due to 'a policy of the company'.

Homeless protesters storm council building in Chester

  Homeless protesters storm council building in Chester Cape Town’s sealebrity is back and this time hanging out around Duiker Island where filmer, Steve Benjamin runs diving tours. The clip, filmed on September 25, shows Buffel the elephant seal exploring after returning to his favourite bay. “He arrived on the 14th of September and has settled into his old habits, although his nose is much bigger. Buffel was last seen sunbathing on Fish Hoek beach for 26 days straight, when he moulted and re-grew his skin. Many people went to visit him and were fascinated by such a unique and massive creature making its home on their local beach,” Steve told Newsflare.

A kind-hearted guy invited a homeless man into McDonald's for food. He bought his food. McDonald's did not like the fact a homeless man was in their

This is the moment a Starbucks customer who bought a homeless man lunch confronts staff after they tell Sajid Kahlon had purchased the £ 8 . 45 meal at a branch in Southend-on-Sea after But he was forced to film after a Starbucks employee and security guard told the homeless man he could

Mr Kahlon argues that he paid for the food, saying: 'I paid for that, if the food is being bought and he is eating that food. I spent like £8, and he is eating the food. Why can't he have a seat, is he not human?'.

The security guard and employee try to reason with him, as the homeless man sits at the table with his lunch.

'Now he is obviously eating the food, you can't just ask him to leave. Let him eat the food and he can leave, whats the problem?', Mr Kahlon says in the clip.

'He's eating his lunch, then let him eat the food,' he adds.

a person in a green shirt: The security guard and employee try to reason with him, as the homeless man sits at the table with his lunch © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited The security guard and employee try to reason with him, as the homeless man sits at the table with his lunch

Mr Kahlon said he had bought that meal for the hungry man because he looked 'hungry and weak', according to Your Southend.

Homeless protesters storm council building in Chester

  Homeless protesters storm council building in Chester The largest collection of Tutankhamun’s treasures to ever go on display has been packed up and is on its way to London where they will be seen in the UK for the final time. Celebrating 100 years since the boy king's tomb was discovered, 160 artefacts - including jewellery, weapons, coffins and statues - are on a journey across the world before they return to their home in Egypt forever.

A homeless man who was treated to a meal at McDonald's, only to get kicked out by a police officer, said he was so upset by the confrontation he burst into tears. James Owens was walking in Myrtle Beach, S.C., when good Samaritan Yossi Gallo asked if he wanted some food from McDonald’s.

THE shocking moment a cop kicked a Good Samaritan out of McDonald's after he bought a homeless man a meal has been caught on video. Myrtle Beach Police Department said in a statement that staff had contacted them to remove the homeless man as he was asking for money

He said: 'It was painful to see that someone had to search for food like that. I asked him if he was hungry and if he would like me to buy him some food? He replied yes in a very weak voice. a woman standing in a room: The security guard and employee try to reason with him, as the homeless man sits at the table with his lunch © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited The security guard and employee try to reason with him, as the homeless man sits at the table with his lunch

'But as he was sitting there eating his paid-for lunch, one of the staff members went over to him with a security officer and told him to leave.

a woman sitting at a table eating food: Mr Kahlon that he had bought that meal for the hungry man because he looked 'hungry and weak' © Provided by Associated Newspapers Limited Mr Kahlon that he had bought that meal for the hungry man because he looked 'hungry and weak'

'I understand the point of view of Starbucks, but I still feel this type of situation needed to be dealt with more respect and empathy. We are all human and we all get hungry.'

A Starbucks spokesperson said: 'The interaction on video is not indicative of the environment we strive to create.

'We are looking into the circumstances surrounding this customer’s experience and will take appropriate action to ensure that our stores remain welcoming places for everyone.

'We want every customer to have a positive experience, and we apologise that we did not meet that expectation in this instance.'

Woman Climbs Into New York Zoo Exhibit To Taunt Lion .
You’ve heard of swimming with the sharks, but what about dancing with the lions? That’s what one woman did Saturday at New York City’s Bronx Zoo when she climbed over the safety rail at the African lion exhibit. The unidentified woman was filmed standing in the exhibit near a lion with only a moat with a 14-foot drop separating them, according to CBS New York. The woman appears to dance for the lion, who doesn’t appear to be impressed, based on this Instagram video of the incident. View this post on Instagram Hernán Reynoso, who filmed the video above, told WNBC TV that at first he thought the woman and her dancing were all part of the exhibit.That quickly changed.

—   Share news in the SOC. Networks
usr: 6
This is interesting!