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A gentleman’s position, his hero, Egyptian star Mohamed Salah, the Liverpool player, was at a gas station near Anfield when he rescued a homeless person from harassment of a number of young people before helping him with money.
According to the British newspaper “The Sun”, while he was at a gas station, Salah witnessed a group of young men harassing a homeless person named David Craig to intervene and violate them before he was given a financial aid of 100 pounds.
“Craig” spoke to the British newspaper about the chivalrous attitude taken by the fuel station surveillance camera, saying: “He was not as wonderful as he is on the field with Liverpool. He heard what a group of boys was saying to me, to turn to them and say: (You can be you.” In place a few years later), ”adding:“ I only realized that I was not hallucinating when Mo gave me £ 100, it is a complete myth. ”
“Craig”, the 50-year-old, returned to add details about the incident, saying: “He did not see two young men harassing me while they were insulting me, asking me if I was begging and telling me to find work, and he saw what was happening and told them what he said, and then went to the cash machine I was more than happy, I am a big fan. ”
He concluded, “Mo is a true hero in my eyes, and I want to thank him.”
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