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Passersby Ignore This Homeless Child Who Is Searching For Food In Dustbins, Heartbreaking!

As the rich get richer, the poor get poorer the social landscape of the entire world, especially the third world countries is widening day by day. In a social experiment, a young boy in newmarket Auckland was made to stand in the middle of the streets, his face smeared with mud. The boy searched the wastebins for leftover food. The way general public reacted to the poor boy was heartbreaking and inhuman to say the least. Some people ignored the boy while some went as far as dumping food in the dustbin right in front of him. Check out the entire story below:

Passersby Ignore This Homeless Child Who Is Searching For Food In Dustbins, Heartbreaking!

Passersby Ignore This Homeless Child Who Is Searching For Food In Dustbins, Heartbreaking!

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The boy was scavenging the rubbish, looking for food as people ignored him.

The boy was scavenging the rubbish, looking for food as people ignored him.

A couple of teenage girls come out and ask the boy if he needs some help.

A couple of teenage girls come out and ask the boy if he needs some help.

"Are you alright? Are you sure you're okay? Where're your parents?", the teenagers asked.

"Where are your parents? Do you want any money?"

"Where are your parents? Do you want any money?"

Teenagers tried to help the poor boy.

Some people went as far as putting the waste in the bin right in front of him.

Some people went as far as putting the waste in the bin right in front of him.

The video then ends with the slogan: "Do you care enough to be a cop?"

The video then ends with the slogan:

Even though the child was an actor, the people going through the streets of Auckland that morning, were real people.

Even though the child was an actor, the people going through the streets of Auckland that morning, were real people.

"What would you do? Would you walk by and ignore him? Or would you stop to check if he is okay?"

"What would you do? Would you walk by and ignore him? Or would you stop to check if he is okay?"

NZ Police deputy chief executive of public affairs Karen Jones said if you "would have stopped, then you may be just the kind of person NZ Police is looking for". The entire social experiment was conducted as a part of a police campaign

Watch the heartbreaking video below:

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