A woman, who shamed three teenage girls for reportedly tricking a homeless man into thinking they would buy him a Nando’s, has said she has received death threats for posting the video.
Sally Cudmore, 46, was left furious after reportedly witnessing the three girls ‘terrorise’ the man, so she took photos and filmed them.
They were accused of sitting him down in the restaurant in Woolwich, south-east London and pretending to order him food before leaving, saying they were going for a cigarette.
When no food arrived the man then approached the Nando’s staff who told him that no food had been ordered for him.
When he left the restaurant the trio then laughed at him and said: ‘As if we’d buy you food.’
Ms Cudmore said she witnessed the abuse and bought him a sandwich to try to help him.
But now she says that she is making a formal complaint to the police after receiving death threats and being branded as a c*** for posting the footage online.
She told the Sun Online: ‘This just makes me feel like you can’t stick up for someone without it coming back on you. I’m absolutely fuming. I’ve had loads of support, which is great, but I’ve also been getting threatened by people.
‘I was so shocked by what happened I wanted to post it online but the abuse I’ve received has been appalling. It puts you off wanting to do any good.
‘The man look so disappointed and was really nice to the manager about what happened. It was awful to watch because when they first came in I kept thinking what a lovely thing to do. I’m just really angry because I thought I was in the wrong posting the message in the first place’.