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Wally of the Week – Brazen bread “grabber” Charlotte Day

Healthcare assistant Charlotte Day disgracefully moans about panic buying of bread just as homeless people freeze to death


Last week, a homeless man froze to death in Chelmsford, Essex. A week before, another was found dead on the steps of Westminster Tube station in London.


Meanwhile, yesterday, in Medway, Kent, a moaning Minnie named Charlotte Day contacted the Mail Online to complain about how she’d not been able to nab a loaf of bread in a Tesco Extra store.


24-year-old healthcare assistant Ms Day – no doubt paid for her pathetic non-story by the newspaper – claimed “customers were barging past each other” and ridiculously bleated:


“Shoppers were walking around with a panicked look on their faces. Some people had six or seven loaves in their basket.”


“People were pushing around, they weren’t being polite about it. I went to grab the last loaf and someone who already had six in their trolley took it, the shelves were empty. I couldn’t believe how busy it was.”


That this woman was prepared to go to the press about a bit of bread is bad enough, but that people are expiring their last breaths on the pavements of one of the richest countries in the world is utterly outrageous. Shame on Charlotte Day and shame on all of us.


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4 comments on “Wally of the Week – Brazen bread “grabber” Charlotte Day”

  1. Well said Matthew. This woman should have bought bread and given it to the homeless. She should not be selling a pathetic story to the Daily Mail.

  2. It’s just bloody tragic in this day and age, in a modern city like London, homeless people can actually freeze to death. I’m afraid we all just have our priorities wrong.

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