manchester - The homeless man who got a hero status after the terrorist attack in Manchester appears to have robbed a wounded victim. According to British media, 33-year-old Chris Parker confessed that he included a wallet and an iPhone.
Parker got the nickname 'Homeless Hero' after the bloody attack at the Manchester Arena. He would have taken care of injured victims. Sympathizers then donated tens of thousands of pounds to give him a better life.
Later it turned out that the authorities suspected Parker of theft. On camera images you can see how he searches the bag of an injured woman whose granddaughter was killed at the attack. The homeless person actually had to stand trial on Tuesday, but did not show up. He appeared to be hiding.
After the police had detected Parker, he appeared in court. There he confessed to theft and attempted theft. The judge pronounces on 30 January. Parker has apologized for his 'shameful behavior' through his lawyer.