VIDEO: Mentally unwell shoplifter abused by Bangladeshi men when caught stealing fish

Please share the details of this shop Stop shopping at: HAAT BAZAAR 337 Bethnal Green Rd, London E2 6LG This homeless poor man got caught apparently stealing from this shop. The abuse he got was out of order . The man even says call police on me. Most probably knew if he steals and police take him he would have 2 meals aday . #WHATSWRONGWITHHUMANS

Posted by Jamal Uddin on Wednesday, March 28, 2018

Video footage of a shoplifter with mental health issues being physically and verbally abused by Bangladeshi men at a grocery store in east London after he was caught stealing fish.

The incident is believed to have occurred earlier this week at the Haat Bazaar store in Bethnel Green, east London.

In the video, the shoplifter is called “son of a pig”, “son of a whore” and “son of a thief” in Bengali numerous times, as well as being kicked by a customer who appears to know the shop owner.

The man admits to his crime and tells the men surrounding him to call the police and beat him up but he continues being verbally abused in Bengali.

The shopkeeper claims that this was not the first incident of theft by the man.

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