Fake Homeless Man Caught With Big House
Many of us want to lend a helping hand when we see someone on the streets in dire straits, but one YouTuber discovered that things aren’t always what they seem. After getting tipped off that a homeless man wasn’t actually homeless, Jack Vale decided to do some investigating of his own.
YouTuber Jack Vale was informed by his uncle that a local “homeless” man wasn’t who he was claiming to be. To see for himself, Vale started secretly filming the man from afar as he begged for money while holding a sign that read: “Homeless. Anything helps. God bless.”
The man was helped out by numerous people while he paced the busy street, being handed cash from pedestrians and even the occasional cigarette. However, Vale’s suspicions urged him to follow the man once he departed from the area and headed down a nearby alley.Without the man catching on, Vale and his crew discretely followed him down the alley, but thought they lost him once he turned another corner. Just as they suspected, the man’s homeless act was revealed to be a scam when he ended up driving back out in a Chevrolet vehicle. Vale and his crew decided to follow and confront the man who clearly wasn’t homeless
Jack Vale and his crew kept the camera rolling as they followed the “homeless” man to his apparent home. In search of some answers, Vale knocked on the man’s door and asked, “Is this your house?”
“For what it’s worth, there are a lot of people legitimately in need,” Vale said to conclude the video. “So I say do what you can to help them and remember it’s more about the place in your heart where the gift comes from than anything else.”