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alert-–-moment-good-samaritan-confronts-‘bully’-seen-shouting-at-‘homeless-man’-and-kicking-his-possessions-after-claiming-he-‘nicked-my-playstation’Alert – Moment Good Samaritan confronts ‘bully’ seen shouting at ‘homeless man’ and kicking his possessions after claiming he ‘nicked my PlayStation’

This is the shocking moment an aggressive ‘bully’ was filmed shouting at a homeless person before being confronted by a Good Samaritan.

The man was filmed loudly shouting at the man who is believed to be homeless and kicking his possessions across the pavement outside of Romford rail station in East London on Saturday.

He was stopped by a member of the public who was behind the camera, who stepped in to intervene right as the confrontation looked as if it was going to escalate to physical violence.

The video shows the altercation already underway, with the cameraman watching as the man, dressed in jeans and a black puffer jacket, stood opposite the homeless person.

Another homeless man sat on the ground beneath a duvet, watching on as his neighbour cowered away.

The 'bully' was filmed loudly shouting at the man who is believed to be homeless and kicking his possessions across the pavement outside of Romford rail station

The ‘bully’ was filmed loudly shouting at the man who is believed to be homeless and kicking his possessions across the pavement outside of Romford rail station

The video shows the altercation already underway, with the cameraman watching as the man, dressed in jeans and a black puffer jacket, stood opposite the homeless person

The video shows the altercation already underway, with the cameraman watching as the man, dressed in jeans and a black puffer jacket, stood opposite the homeless person

The aggressor kicked a collection of the man's possessions across the road and pavement and shouted 'Where's my PlayStation bro?'

The aggressor kicked a collection of the man’s possessions across the road and pavement and shouted ‘Where’s my PlayStation bro?’

The aggressor then looked to the ground before kicking a collection of the man’s possessions across the road and pavement.

He shouted, ‘Where’s my PlayStation bro?’ as he does so, before advancing towards the shorter man, who remains silent.

The man proceeds to get close to his face before angrily demanding: ‘Move the f**k away.’

The homeless man began to shuffle away silently, at which point the concerned citizen stepped in to confront the aggressive man, asking: ‘What’s going on?’

He responded by pointing his finger towards the homeless man and advancing on him again, claiming: ‘That man nicked my PlayStation, didn’t you?’

The cameraman told the man off repeatedly, demanding: ‘Leave him alone.’

At this point, the man turned his attention to the cameraman and bellowed: ‘Who the f**k are you talking to? Go away.’

The homeless man saw his chance and made his escape with the man shouting after him: ‘See you later, see you later.’

He pointed his finger towards the homeless man and advancing on him again, claiming: 'That man nicked my PlayStation, didn't you?'

He pointed his finger towards the homeless man and advancing on him again, claiming: ‘That man nicked my PlayStation, didn’t you?’

The cameraman followed and bizarrely discovered another man passed out on the floor of the station

The cameraman followed and bizarrely discovered another man passed out on the floor of the station

He then turned his attention back to the cameraman again, gesturing at the camera and asking: ‘Why [are] you filming me?’

The cameraman then warned him: ‘I’ll film you if I want, don’t start bullying. You’re a bully.’

Enraged, the aggressor turns back on the cameraman, advancing on him as he exclaimed: ‘Oh I’m a bully? I’m a bully, yeah?’

But the member of the public stood his ground, and the ‘bully’ ended up walking past him into the train station.

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The cameraman followed and bizarrely discovered another man passed out on the floor of the station, and asked: ‘What’s happened to matey down here? What’s going on?’

Developing a sarcastic tone the man claimed: ‘I knocked him out, I bullied him as well, didn’t I?’

The video was shared to social media on Sunday with the caption: ‘I always catch a madness, I only went out to get some food.’

The clip has since received over 9,330 likes and more than 740 comments from users left appalled at the man’s actions.

Another said: ‘Good lad, standing up for those brothers they don’t deserve that kind of treatment they already have it hard as it is.’

A third added: ‘Well done to the fella for saying something, we need more men like you around.’

Another commented: ‘Picking on the most vulnerable in society. What a coward and a p***y. Well done for standing up for him.’

A fifth replied: ‘That’s not remotely funny. He’s a big bully. As if the homeless don’t suffer enough.’

has contacted British Transport Police for comment.